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How can I use MaskBlt. I couldn't do it. (please give example of code).
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As far as I know MaskBlt works only on Windows NT. If you need transparent blitting with mask you should use image list. Create image list with color to be transparent( pixels in your bitmap which have this color are not blitted) and then use one of drawing macros of image list( ImageList_Draw, ImageList_DrawEx).
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