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Posted on 2004-03-25
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Here i create a icon, i have to set the background to the color white, otherwise it is black!

How can i set bytes or a transparent mode?

1. create an icon with an image hdc
2. set background white

The source code:

    Set m_cIcon_Form = New clsMemDC
    Call m_cIcon_Form.pCreate(16, 16)
    '**** weißen Hintergrund setzen ****
    Call ExtFloodFill(m_cIcon_Form.HDC, 0, 0, 255, 0)

    Call Draw_Picture(cst_Norm_16, _
                      m_cIcon_Form, _
                      par_Action, _
                      par_IconName, _
                      16, _
                      par_Enabled, _
                      par_TotalTag)

    Call GetBitmapBits(m_cIcon_Form.hBmp, bufsize, bitArray(0))
'    For i = 0 To bufSize
'        maskArray(i) = 0
'    Next i
    lkl_IconSmall_hWnd = CreateIcon(par_Form.hwnd, 16, 16, 1, fc_ColorDepth, maskArray(0), bitArray(0))
    Call SendMessageLong(par_Form.hwnd, WM_SETICON, ICON_SMALL, lkl_IconSmall_hWnd)

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Question by:GuidoBartels
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Private Sub Form_Load()
    With ImageList1
         .ListImages.Clear
'========Optional===========
         .BackColor = vbWhite
         .ImageHeight = 16
         .ImageWidth = 16
         .MaskColor = vbBlack
         .UseMaskColor = True
'========================
'You can use any Picture object (Picture1.Picture,Picture1.Image etc.)
'Or use ImageList_ API functions with hBitmap
         .ListImages.Add , , LoadPicture("spiral.bmp")
         Set Icon = .ListImages(1).ExtractIcon
    End With
End Sub
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by:GuidoBartels
ID: 10702174
Thanks,

but sorry, i don't want to use an ImageList and a PictureBox,
i think my question is clear!

I have a build painted Picture in a hdc and i want it transparent in the forms icon!

Guido
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by:Ark
ID: 10709011
Hi
The mthod I posted is the easiest way to create icon from bmp picture. I donno what clsMemDC class,Draw_Picture function and other variables are. For API way of creating icon see http://www.vb-helper.com/HowTo/bmp2ico.zip
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by:GuidoBartels
ID: 10714010
Ok, i check this code out,

am on holiday now, give you an answer later.

Guido
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