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Greyed dialogs in 3.1

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I'm using the BC++ 5.01 compiler with the EnableCtld3d() and all the 3-D look styles turned on.  All looks great in NT and 95, but the background looks white with grey controls placed over it.  Also, the controls appear sized a little differently in 3.1, is this normal?  50 points to anyone who can give a quick fix to make all backgrounds grey (or any other color for that matter!)

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Roger
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gaohong earned 100 total points
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It is normal. Quick fix is use borland style dialog.
Detailed fix is to look http://classic.physiol.cam.ac.uk 

Hope this helps

gaohong xie
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