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How do i catch the WM_LBUTTONUP message, when i release the mouse button after i clicked in the client area, and released the mouse button outside the application window.

can my application message loop catch events that happen outside the window frame ?

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call
SetCapture(); in WM_LBUTTONDOWN handler.Then u will get all subsequent mouse input.
Call ReleaseCapture() in your WM_LBUTTONDOWN  message handler
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