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Interfacing CTL3D in OWL programs

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After looking at the confusing Microsoft documentation, I need help using CTL3D controls in OWL programming.  I could use sample code on how to initiate the library, how to link it into code, and how to destroy the library.  (I have used Resource Workshop to view CTL3D enabled dialogs and prefer them to the regular Microsoft dialogs.  My compiler is Borland Turbo C++ 4.5
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1. Call the member function EnableCtl3d(true) for your application object (that is, the object of the class that is derived from TApplication).

2. Call the member function EnableCtl3dAutosubclass(true).


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