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transparent child window on a desktop window

Posted on 2001-08-16
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dear VC++ programmers
i have a window created on the desktop. this window includes a child window with a transparent property, i need to display the desktop window as background when the child window is transparent.
but the result of my work is that the child window pentrates its parent and shows what's beyond the parent window
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Question by:TheASD
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by:BeyondWu
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Do you want to implement a hole in your parent window?
Can you explain it in detail and clearly?
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raqadi earned 800 total points
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I think that you create the parent window with CLIPCHILDREN style, this style will prevent the parent from repainting the areas occupied by the child windows, try to remove this style, and good luck.
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by:TheASD
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thnx raqadi it worked and thnx for ur help BeyondWu
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by:raqadi
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I think that you create the parent window with CLIPCHILDREN style, this style will prevent the parent from repainting the areas occupied by the child windows, try to remove this style, and good luck.
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