I've never seen this effect on Windows 98.
As such, you, as the designer and programmer may have to write new code to make this happen.
I'm trying make life a little easier for an elderly relative. He's using 98SE
with a dial-up connection. (He doesn't need broadband, like a lot of us
web addicts do!)
I want to create a script that will automate some of the steps he takes to
connect. I've got most of it completed but there is a problem. When his
dial-up connection is successfully made the DUN icon (two monitors connected
with a wire) is automatically minimized to the system tray. If you're using
XP you probably call it the "notification area."
I want the dialog box that says "Connected To - Your ISP Name" to remain
visible on top of any other window. Right now, the only way to open the
dialog box is to right-click on the icon and select "Status" from the menu.
The path name to the file that creates this icon is C:\Windows\System\Rnaapp.exe.
Rnaapp is the executable for the DUN application in Win98SE.