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Display icon's as 16x16

Posted on 1998-04-15
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Using the ExtractIcon API function, i get icons which are
32x32. I want to resize these to 16x16 when:

1:  Showing them on a  TSpeedButton.Glyph.
2:  Drawing them on a popupmenu-canvas, using
ownerdraw menu's.

HowTo ?

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Hi mvz

try to use the DrawIconEx function and set the cxWidth and cyWidth parameters to 16
For the parameter hdc, you can use in 1: the TSpeedButton.Glyph.Canvas.handle (or perhaps the TSpeedButton.Glyph.handle) and in
2: the tPopUp.canvas.handle

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rene100
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