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Not as far as I've found. The very first window that opens for a user, by default, always contains all of the window controls. You could try using your startup (er, "OnFirstWindowOpen") script to handle this. Start off with, perhaps, an off-window screen, or maybe a brief splash screen, then use the "New Window" script step to open what will become your main window (sans those controls you don't want visible).
You could also have your startup spawn the new window of the type you want and specifically close the other window:
- Name the first window
- Open and Name the new window with the settings you want
- Close the first window (Close window by name)
Thanks Stephen, that's exactly what I tried. It works well!
This does not seem to work if the new window style is Dialog.
You wouldn't want to close the original window if creating a dialog window; you need somewhere to fall back to when you close it. For a dialog window, you can use the Modal window type, but be sure to script the necessary buttons for any commit and closing of the windows which may be required.