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Flickering problem while using Dialog boxes

Posted on 2004-03-23
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Hi,
    I m a student of MCA final year and I m working in VC++. I am using a dialog based( 8 dialog boxes) application. I used BMP's for the background and for every button in the application.
 The problem is that whenever I use the DoModal(), to show the next dialog, I get the flickering problem. Anyone know about this problem ??
Thanks in advance.
Please reply soon..

Sunil Joshi
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Please show your code - how do you draw background.
If you draw background in WM_PAINT message handler, overwrite OnEraseBkgnd function and return TRUE without calling of base class function. Use WS_CLIPCHILDREN style for the dialog.
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