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Please bring the old one back
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Windows API Guide: GetActiveWindow Function Platforms: Win 32s, Win 95/98, Win NT GetActiveWindow returns a handle to your program's currently active window. This only works with windows created by your application -- in other words, it won't find the active window of other programs. If your program is in the background, the function will get the window that would be active if the program were active. If an error occurs, or if there is no active window to your program, the function instead returns 0.

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'GetActiveWindow Function
Declare Function GetActiveWindow Lib "user32.dll" () As Long

' Example:

' Use FlashWindow to flash the title bar of the program's
' currently active window once.
Dim hactive As Long ' handle to the active window
Dim retval As Long ' return value
hactive = GetActiveWindow() ' get the handle of the program's active window
' The next three lines flash the window's title bar
retval = FlashWindow(hactive, 1): Sleep 250
retval = FlashWindow(hactive, 1): Sleep 250
retval = FlashWindow(hactive, 0);

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