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GetPath, FlattenPath functions in win95

Posted on 2000-04-26
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Can anybody tell me if the GDI functions GetPath and FlattenPath actually work in Windows95 and Windows98. I have a program that uses these functions and it works fine in NT and 2000 but fails in 95 and 98
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They should do according to the documentation.

Have you checked for error values? (ie do they think that they don't work) .. or is the function returing OK, but the result not correct?

Could it be that the gdi calls that you are trying to flatten are not supported in win98 (eg are you using world transforms).
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