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.SetWindowRgn

Posted on 2001-07-10
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I wanna set a WindowRgn for a CButton

m_CButton.SetWindowRgn(HRGN hRgn, true);

How do I setup a hRgn so I will only draw ? a button. What I want 2 do is draw Width/2 of a button, therefor I need to set a hRgn for my button right ?

-- How is it done ?
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HRGN CreateRectRgn(
  int nLeftRect,   // x-coordinate of region's upper-left corner
  int nTopRect,    // y-coordinate of region's upper-left corner
  int nRightRect,  // x-coordinate of region's lower-right corner
  int nBottomRect  // y-coordinate of region's lower-right corner
);
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by:NickRepin
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SetWindowRgn does not work with the standard buttons.
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by:win32
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True, MadYuqoslav your'r right. I found out just a few minutes after I postet this message.
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