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Can't Keep a good button down

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Hi,

I have a dialog with a push button, I want to keep the button down when I press it until the next press (i.e. firt regular, click - button down until next click *on* button). I have been able to do this to some extent using the SetState, but whenever I click on something else in the dialog box the button pops up again. Any solution?
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Check out the comhbination of BS_CHECKBOX and BS_PUSHLIKE styles.
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