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FloatMe

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It can make any window (even the desktop, so be careful with it) into a movable, resizable window.
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Screenshot of Two resized, floatable windows on display

Description

Resizing the window is done the normal Windows way, by moving the right-hand and/or bottom borders with the stylus or mouse. (Easy to do with the mouse; harder with the stylus, as it usually requires several tries to find the exact spot to touch the screen.) If the window to be resized doesn't have a title bar, running FloatMe.exe a second time creates one.

Original XDA Thread

https://xdaforums.com/t/floatme-a-stupid-but-maybe-usefull-tool.282913/

System Requirements

Copy the executable to any location on the Windows CE device and execute it from there.

Installation Instructions

Copy the executable to any location on the Windows CE device and execute it from there.

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Open Sourcewindow

   
License Open Source
The program is open source, free and the source code is available on-line.
   
Released 13 November 2006
Language Support English
Popularity 1094
Total Downloads  39
   
Submitted By CE Geek
Submitted On 20 February 2014

Comments

I dunk for bananas 04 February 2023 at 3:36:57 PM
Is the source code for this perhaps available? Would love this for x86
torch 05 February 2023 at 4:23:22 PM
Source code contributed by I dunk for bananas
Compiled builds for CE 2.11 (SH3, SH4, MIPS) + CE4.0 (SH3,SH4,MIPS,x86) contributed by I dunk for bananas

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