There are lots of questions on the Internt how to run the OnScreen Keyboard on a Windows 64 System from a 32bit Process. Some time ago, I investigated it but due to a lack of time I didn’t finish it. Today, I want to you show the solution of this problem.
Posted by: Christian Wimmer in: JEDI Windows Security Code Lib
I found this question in the borland mailinglist: … I get my dialog and all runs well – *except* I’ve lost theming on this particular dialog. This means the application’s main windows shows up correctly themed, the progress dialog does not. I’ve already added the XP manifest to the progress dialog, too, but to no [...]
Today I want to introduce a really useful application from the examples in JEDI Windows Security Code Library. In Windows Vista there is no possible way to run a program elevated from the command line. But today there is a cure. I call it RunEl, which stands for Run Elevated. This simple program uses Delphi, [...]
I found this very old but still good article about how to use the Windows API. These are the subjects: Part I: The Primer Windows API calls are just calls to dynamic link libraries Loading a dynamic link library Dynamic loading at runtime Resource only dynamic link libraries Stack usage and dynamic link libraries Callback [...]