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That is exactly what I had in mind! Thank you for the quick reply and especially for updating your program. Seriously, you have saved my skin and it is much appreciated!

I think I'l stick around :)

joey

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Hi!  The Frameless program is exactly what I needed! Thank you very much! This is not the only time you have helped me out with your fantastic programs!

However, I have one question.  Would there be any way to display the image 'always on bottom' so as to be behind other windows that will run while Frameless runs, in my batch file as opposed to allowing the program to run 'always on top' (aot = yes). And would it be a considerably all right question to ask you to implement such feature?

I have been trying to figure out a way to keep my command prompt window to always remain ontop of the Frameless picture window but I am having a lot of trouble trying to find a way to do this.
The command window always runs before any other file is loaded in the batch file, so as Framless runs only after the command window shows, the image appears on top of the command window.

I know I can just switch to the command window after it has loaded but my desired effect is that the command window will start on top of the Frameless picture - or that the Frameless picture will always stay under other windows.

I should explain that I want the command promt to be able to be used quickly as I am creating a Java built game and wish for a 'background' behind the command window to get rid of other desktop distractions.

Much appreciated,
Joey.

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