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How to drag a Form not using its Titlebar or Caption

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Drag the form with a mouse holding at any point in the client area of the form, not just the title of the form. The form can be dragged using its client area even if the Movable property set to False.

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  • Round FoxPro form
  • Tracking mouse movement to detect when to start dragging
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  • LOCAL oForm
    oForm = CREATEOBJECT("Tform")
    oForm.Visible=.T.
    READ EVENTS
    
    DEFINE CLASS Tform As Form
        Caption="Left-click inside the form and drag"
        Autocenter=.T.
    
    PROCEDURE Init
        THIS.declare
    
    PROCEDURE Destroy
        CLEAR EVENTS
    
    PROCEDURE MouseDown
    LPARAMETERS nButton, nShift, nXCoord, nYCoord
    #DEFINE WM_NULL 0
    #DEFINE WM_SYSCOMMAND 0x0112
    #DEFINE WM_LBUTTONUP 0x0202
    #DEFINE MOUSE_MOVE 0xf012
    
        IF nButton = 1
            LOCAL hWindow
            hWindow = THIS.HWnd && GetFocus()
    
            = ReleaseCapture()
    
            = SendMessage(hWindow, WM_SYSCOMMAND,;
                MOUSE_MOVE, WM_NULL)
    
            = SendMessage(hWindow, WM_LBUTTONUP, 0, 0)
        ENDIF
    
    PROCEDURE declare
        DECLARE INTEGER ReleaseCapture IN user32
        DECLARE INTEGER GetFocus IN user32
    
        DECLARE INTEGER SendMessage IN user32;
            INTEGER hWindow, INTEGER Msg,;
            INTEGER wParam, INTEGER lParam
    
    ENDDEFINE
    

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    860 bytes  
    Created: 2001-11-22 20:10:49  
    Modified: 2013-09-04 19:45:41  
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    Read MSDN article How to Move a Form that Has No Titlebar or Caption.

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    This behaviour can also be implemented by intercepting and processing WM_NCHITTEST windows messages sent to the form. If the cursor is inside the client area, return HTCAPTION (2) instead of HTCLIENT (1).

    Note that for top-level forms (ShowWindow=2), the first parameter in WM_NCHITTEST handling BINDEVENT call should not be ThisForm.HWnd, but the window handle of the inner window.
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