Is that possible somehow to capture and handle
the "BN_PUSHED" (equ. "BN_HILITE") OWL event from the
ordinary button of the Dialog resource work shop window
for application written for Win95 Win32 Target platform?
I have been using Borland C++,V.5.01 compiler with OWL library on Pentium 200 machine. I could trail only
BN_CLICKED, BN_DBLCLICKED, BN_SETFOCUS, BN_KILLFOCUS
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