[fpc-pascal] Does Anybody Know how to REALLY kill an App on Pocket Pc?

epergola epergola at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 25 18:30:39 CEST 2009

Felipe thanks very much!
Since you are *the* man for arm dev in fpc (as I read), could you please
take a look at the
previous post "Status of SipShowIM (software keyboard)?".
More than SipShoiwIM, I would like to know how to ensure that the
keep the keyboard hidden for the duration of the App.
Now, the resetpda on FormCreate of Main form hides it. 
It is kept hidden when  I call Form2.showmodal in Main Form.
But when I close Form 2, the keyboard re-appears on top of MainForm!
(you can move resetpda from FormActivate to FormCreate, then run the test
I sent previously to reproduce the problem).

Felipe Monteiro de Carvalho wrote:
> Was trivial to solve, you are not turning off the full screen mode
> before shutting the application down, so the upper panels are not
> painted and the old painting remains. The application is either way
> really closed, but because you shut down the panels, nothing shows up
> to cover the old paint.
> Just add this to the end of your unit:
> finalization
>   resetpda(true);
> And any of the close method ( Self.Close or Application.Terminate)
> will work properly
> -- 
> Felipe Monteiro de Carvalho
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