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Virtual ListCtrl Items Flicker when deselcted

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I have a virtual list control, when I deselect an item the overlay flashes on and off twice. It's very anoying.
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by:anthony_sebastian
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Here's a better way to put it. How do I set an overlay image with a virtual list control ?
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I fixed this by setting up a clip region around each icon in the control and excluding (ExcludeClipRect) the regions from the erase background update, the backround now erases everything except behind the icons. This fixes the flicker. The back ground is blue and the icons are white.
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I fixed this by setting up a clip region around each icon in the control and excluding (ExcludeClipRect) the regions from the erase background update, the backround now erases everything except behind the icons. This fixes the flicker. The back ground is blue and the icons are white.
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