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Manipulating the RunTime Task

Minimizing a RunTime Task

To minimize a RunTime task, select the minimize icon (refer to the Windows documentation for detailed information).

NOTE: When a task is minimized it continues to execute.

Resizing or Moving the Task Window

A RunTime task can be resized or moved by using the standard Windows method of moving or resizing a window (select and drag). The last size and position of a task is saved by the RunTime when the task is closed. The size and position parameters are then used as the default values the next time the RunTime task is started.

The size of the font used in the window can be automatically resized by selecting the Autosize feature from the RunTime Option Menu.

Closing the RunTime Task

The RunTime Program can be closed by a variety of methods. It can be closed directly from the window control menu, or by options designed into your application. The method best suited to the application has been determined by your Authorized Niakwa Distributor. Please refer to the instructions they have provided on how to stop the application program with the Niakwa Windows RunTime.

WARNING: Leaving the Windows RunTime in the middle of a task can lead to data file integrity problems.