The RadWinMan application was designed to be a window manager. The term is more familiar to those who use unix.
The purpose of a window manager is to control the top level framed windows. This usally means your application windows. Windows already takes care of window manager functions but it is not configurable in any way. This program adds extra control for the user and also redefines the mouse actions.
· Right click on title to send the window to the back.
· Double click on title to roll-up the window.
· Right click on minimize button sends the window to the tray.
· Right click on maximize button to display some resize options.
· Ctrl + Left Click on border to move the window.
· Support for ‘always on top’.
· Support for ‘transparent’.
· Reports the current position as a window is moved.
· Reports the current size as a window is resized.
· Holding Alt while moving/sizing a window will snap to other windows.
Here are some key features of “RadWinMan”:
· always on top – turning this on will keep the window on top of all of the
· other windows.
· rollup – sometimes called shade. This collapses the window to just the title
· bar, an alternative to minimizing.
· send to back – this moves the window to the back of the z-order.
· minimize to tray – this removes the window from the task bar and places it on
· the system try instead.
· transparent – set the window to 75% transparency.
· reports the current position as a window is moved
· reports the current size as a window is resized
· snap to – holding down the alt key while moving or sizing a window will snap to other windows

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This is a complete application that will change the way you view windows. The aim is to
allow you to manipulate windows much more easily.
You can use this program as a utility window manager to control windows in your
application, or you can use it to mimic the desktop environment.
The RadWinMan application is free and open source. It requires no installation and has
no external dependencies. You can easily integrate RadWinMan in to your applications
without interfering with your existing application.
To use RadWinMan, simply set the desired properties and then click ‘Run’.
A description of each property will be given when the application is run.
The RadWinMan application has been written in C#.NET, so has.NET dependencies.
If you are in a.NET environment, you will need to install the RadWinMan Microsoft
.NET Framework Dependency.
More information about RadWinMan and its dependencies can be found at the
RadWinMan website.

Friday, August 26, 2015

As mentioned in the last post, using WndProc functions in C# is not always a good idea. Especially if you want to include your own custom drawing for the taskbar button. This is one of the many reasons why you should always use the API provided by.NET.
In the previous post I described how you can easily create a custom taskbar button using the.NET API. The problem with the method I described was that the whole taskbar button was drawn using a.NET WinForms component. This wasn’t what I wanted.
Let’s look at the TaskbarControl class to see what it’s capabilities. This class has a property called Image (I named it ButtonImage) that contains a bitmap of the taskbar button. The control also has the Properties section with the BackImage, ForeImage and HotImage properties. These properties are linked to the taskbar button image. If you set the image of the button to an alternate image, the BackImage, ForeImage and HotImage properties change.
This makes sense if you think about it. If the taskbar button image is changed, the user should see the new image.
I found that changing the properties of a.NET WinForms component to use another image for the taskbar button resulted in the taskbar button staying at the old image, even after the properties were changed.
To prove this, let’s try to use the taskbar control in C#.

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Raise or lower all application windows (z-order) using the right
mouse button.
Rollup or Shade all application windows (z-order) using the right
mouse button.
Maximize all application windows (z-order) using the right mouse button.
Minimize all application windows (z-order) to the system tray using the
right mouse button.
(Every other action should be covered by each of the existing ‘-‘)
1. Use the mouse. Right click to raise, rollup, maximize, or minimize. (or use key macros as suggested above)
2. If you want to modify the order of your windows use “Edit Window State”. This will allow you to move/move/move/… windows into the correct order.
3. If you want to adjust the transparency settings use “Edit Window Transparency”. Note that the default is 70% opacity.
4. Drag the title bar to move the window.
5. Drag a corner or the border to resize the window.
Windows can also be moved via keymacros, either on the titlebar or in the titlebar itself. Use the following syntax:
[command] [key] [options]
– Window Key:
– Window State:
– Window Transparency:
– Key Macro Settings:
Example Keymacro settings:
Raise windows:
– dp r
– – Raise all windows to front.
– dp a
– – Raise all windows to back.
Rollup windows:
– dp r
– – Rollup all windows to front.
– dp a
– – Rollup all windows to back.
Maximize windows:
– dp m
– – Maximize all windows.
Minimize windows:
– dp m
– – Minimize all windows.
Move windows:
– dp m
– – Move all windows to back.
– dp s
– – Move all windows to front.
– – Not supported on windows in tray, icon size is assumed at this time.
– dp a
– – Move all windows to back.
– dp s
– – Move all windows to front.
– – Not supported on windows in tray, icon size is assumed at this time.
Snap windows:
– dp x
– – Snap to front of window
– dp y
– – Snap to

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A window manager is software that manages a group of windows. Traditionally window managers have been used in the desktop environment. The difference with RadWinMan is that it provides a simple window manager for use by any application. This is achieved by not only creating a window manager but also allowing the end-user to redefine the mouse actions. A new interface is provided to make this all work. The mouse interface also allows a set of buttons to be used for different tasks. RadWinMan is also configured to make some things that are performed by the mouse easier. For example it will show the position of your mouse on the titlebar if you right click. In addition the mouse can send the window back to the front if you hold alt while clicking the titlebar. There are also buttons which send the window to the back, minimize to the tray and maximise.

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This in turn meant that customers had to buy a license on a time basis.
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Using a foreign model to avoid duplicating the original. It is based on the original and gives you the opportunity to copy and distribute the original application. The project has its own Homepage in the web, this is the official source of the project:

Source License
The source code of the project is under a free open source licence and is available on the project Homepage:

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This application has been written for a win32 environment. It requires that win32apis
be installed. Install win32api using the setup.exe

To have the mouse go to the minimize/maximize/close button:
Right click on title – > Send to back
Right click on title – > Send to tray

This is the default.

To set your windows to always on top:
Right click on title – > Set as topmost

To have windows that don’t receive the minimize/maximize/close button right click on title,
and it will provide a menu with the following items:
Set as topmost
Set as transparent
Set as non active

This is the default

To show a minimize/maximize/close button on the title bar,
Right click on title, and it will provide the following menu items:
Set as non active
Set as active
Set as minimizor
Set as maximizer

This is the default.

How it works:

This application is supposed to be a window manager. The main idea of a window manager is
to take care of your application’s windows. Some window managers can do this by using the
mouse. This application is going to take care of the mouse and will be able to send your
applications to the back and minimize them.

For example:

Say you have a window called “Info”. You put it on top by pressing the maximize button.
Now the window “Info” is on top. The window “Info” is still there but it is invisible to
the user.

Now if you use the mouse to drag the window “Info” to the back and click on the title bar,
it should be put back. However, it’s worth mentioning that it will not be on top. It will
still be invisible to the user.

To move the window “Info” to the back, you can use the mouse. To roll the window back
in you can use the keyboard. To roll the window back up again, you can just use the mouse.
To minimize the window “Info” you can press the left mouse button.

To maximise the window “Info” you can use the mouse. To roll the window back in you
can use the keyboard. To roll the window back up again, you can just use the mouse. To
minimize the window “Info” you can press the left mouse button.

What’s next:

In the next release, I want to make the application more configurable. Right now you
can only define the application’s behavior. The next release will have these options:

– always on top – make this window always on top.
– minimize to tray – send the window to the tray instead of minmizing it.

System Requirements:

OS: Windows XP Home/Pro SP3/SP2
Processor: Intel Pentium III 700 MHz (650 MHz in version 1.03), AMD K6-3 450 MHz
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Hard drive: 700 MB available disk space
Video card: 128MB or higher
Free disk space: 700 MB
Shadows, Vibrants, and Sprites – Recommended:
4 GB
How To Install:
1. Download and install the required files from the Patch 1.03