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On Wed, 2013-06-19 at 05:05 -0700, Vieri wrote:
It disables the "Quit" menu item. However, how can I also disable the X
(top-right corner) to quit the application (using Windows)? I want my
users to quit only through a custom macro call (checks stuff, closes
document and quits app).

I've no clue how to do that on Windows; but it probably has something to
do with removing "window decorations".  What is in the window frame is
typically only tangentially controlled by the application.

You will also need to capture Ctrl-Q and Ctrl-W to prevent
'uncontrolled' exit.

Adam Tauno Williams <> GPG D95ED383
Systems Administrator, Python Developer, LPI / NCLA

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