I want to create a window that’s a child window of my application, and which will remain on top of my application while it’s visible. My code looks something like this:
testWindow = new TopLevelWindow("child", false); testWindow->setSize(1000, 500); testWindow->setOpaque(true); testWindow->addToDesktop(ComponentPeer::windowHasTitleBar | ComponentPeer::windowHasCloseButton, interface->getPeer()->getNativeHandle()); testWindow->setVisible(true);
I’ve tried setting different style flags, creating different window types (e.g. DocumentWindow), and passing in interface->getPeer()->getStyleFlags() for the style. In every case, the window I create has no title bar, and cannot be moved around - it’s just a pure black window. Furthermore, the window doesn’t act like a child window, as clicking on my main application will cause the application window to cover the new window.
Am I doing something wrong? What’s the correct method to create a simple child Window in Juce on the Mac? This seems to work fine on the Windows side.