XAML for Windows Embedded Extended Window Style Constants (Compact 2013)
You can use extended window style constants in the XRWindowCreateParams.ExStyle member to configure the host window.
The following table lists the possible values.
Specifies that the window accepts drag-and-drop files.
Adds an OK button to the caption bar.
Specifies a border with a sunken edge.
Adds a Help button in the caption bar.
Specifies a double border.
Indicates that the window does not generate a sound when the user clicks on it.
Creates a window where the text and graphics are laid out from right to left. The horizontal values of pixel addresses increase from right to left. Do not use with WS_RTLREADING. Combining WS_EX_RTLREADING with WS_EX_LAYOUTRTL creates a window with right-to-left layout but left-to-right reading order.
The window text reads from left to right. This is the default.
Creates a window that cannot become the active window. If a child window has this style, tapping it does not cause its top-level parent to receive the focus. A window that has this style receives stylus events, but neither it nor its child windows can receive the focus.
Creates a window that does not show minimize and restore animations and does not have a button on the taskbar.
Creates a window that the user cannot drag with a mouse or stylus.
Creates a window that does not pass its window layout to its child windows.
Combines the WS_EX_CLIENTEDGE and WS_EX_WINDOWEDGE styles.
Combines the WS_EX_WINDOWEDGE, WS_EX_TOOLWINDOW, and WS_EX_TOPMOST styles.
If the shell language supports reading-order alignment, the OS displays the window text using right-to-left reading-order properties. For other shell languages, the OS ignores this style. Do not use with WS_EX_LAYOUTRTL. Combining WS_EX_RTLREADING with WS_EX_LAYOUTRTL creates a window with right-to-left layout but left-to-right reading order.
Creates a window with a three-dimensional border style that signifies that it does not accept user input.
Creates a window that you can use as a floating toolbar. A tool window does not appear in the taskbar or in the dialog that appears when the user presses ALT+TAB. If a tool window has a system menu, the program icon does not appear on the title bar.
Creates a window that is above all non-topmost windows and stays above them even when the window is deactivated. To add or remove this style, use the SetWindowPos method.
Creates a window that has a border with a raised edge.