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Posted on 1998-12-23
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Hello All

I am wondering if anyone is aware of how too change the interface of the toolbar so that the icons activate ( or light up, I think these are called Cool Bars) as you move the mouse over the icons of the toolbar, similar to the Internet Explorer Interface.

I look forward to a reply.

Best Regards


Asif Mughal

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It is an Acitve x control, and it uses an event listed for active x only
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If you haven't already done so, look through http://www.codeguru.com/ for one.  I am sure there is something that will fit your needs there.  Look here first: http://www.codeguru.com/toolbar/index.shtml
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Paul DiLascia covers this in its C++ Q&A column of the october 1998 issue of MSJ (http://www.microsoft.com/msj)
In short you have to use the TB_SETHOTIMAGELIST, TB_SETDISABLEDIMAGELIST and TB_SETIMAGELIST to set the different image lists to be used in the different context.
To enable the "hot" look, the toolbar needs to have the TBSTYLE_FLAT style.

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