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using a rect in a titlebar (VB6...)

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Okay, could anybody please help me out with this little dilema I have(again, because nobody reposted to
my LAST one...)

I have a titlebar that I've bitblitted an image to, that's all well and good, but I have absolutely NO
idea how to make any good use of this in VB6, only that the fact is it LOOKS nice..heh

example:
.____________________________________.
|_|______________________________X_|_|
|                                    |
|                                    |
|                                    |
|                                    |
|____________________________________|
X represents my image...now I'd LOVE to be-able to actually use it, by dragging it to places etc. and
"dropping" it into like a little favorites folder that I'm going to create...
(In-case that comes out mangled, that's a modal mdi-child window with an X(my image) right next to the close-button)

 - Robert Butler
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uhhm, nevermind this...I already saw the previous post, I'll read it, and respond accordingly.

 - Robert Butler
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uhhm, that was not like found...
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My recommandation: accept emoreau's comment
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Moderator, my recommended disposition is:

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