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BS_BITMAP button style - how place Bitmap?

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title says it all.
rc(Resource Compiler) compiles BS_BITMAP well
but how put the bitmap

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jaba earned 400 total points
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IF you using MFC you have to create CButton member associated with your button and in your OnInitDialog call this :

MyDlgnitDialog()
{
...
m_cBmpBtn.SetBitmap(...);
}

If you dont use MFC , on WM_INITDIALOG message call this:
SendMesage(GetDlgItem(hwnd, ID_MY_BMPBTN), BM_SETIMAGE, ... , ... );


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by:Onkel
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Works fine . I dont use MFC and implemented the
SendMessage(...


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