Win2000 transparency in Delphi 5 ??

How to use WS_EX_LAYERED flag in Delphi ? I also miss the declarations .... Thanx
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const WS_EX_LAYERED = $00080000;

Or what do you need?

Regards, Madshi.
AleqAuthor Commented:
Also                   SetLayeredWindowAttributes(hWnd, RGB(0,0,0), nAlpha, LWA_ALPHA);

and maybe, there are other functions related to the transparency, that would be nice .... Thanx
Madshi - if you have theese declarations (C++ format is acceptable), post it as an answer ...
nHeaders that i wrote have a Sample and some smaller Win 2000 Headers,

Includes a sample on the Transparency part, soon ill show the AlphaBlend() and TransparencyBlitter too.

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AleqAuthor Commented:
Although I've written the declaration of (only) SetLayeredWindowAttributes myself, I accept your (brainware) comment as an aswer. Write it down as an answer so I can give you the points. Thanx
Aleq, look in the right top corner of the comment. You can click there on "Accept comment as answer"...   :-)
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