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How to hold the Microsoft Agent Balloon display

Posted on 2004-04-26
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The Microsoft Agent will display a Balloon message when the character speaks.  The balloon message only stays for a short period of time and then disappears.  Is there a way to make the message balloon stay on the screen until some event happens or the charater is closed?

Thanks for any ideas.
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Question by:mistert006
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by:Ryan Chong
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You need to create your own dialog ballon. I had developed once application with M$ Agent. where i popup customize created dialog (of course, the form looks like a ballon by implements Win32 APIs) instead of the default Agent dialog.

If you need futher info or assistance, just let me know.

regards
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by:mistert006
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To ryancys,

I would be interested in more information.

Thank you
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Try see this example:

http://www34.brinkster.com/yshub/tmp/own-ballon.zip

* Customize it according to your requirement
** Some codes included might be Not useful.
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