I'm having trouble detecting when a computer is sent into locked mode.
The problem is that if my application is maximized, the 3D module gives the error "Render Error: Cannot get a D3D device for rendering" as soon as the computer enters locked mode. In most cases the app ends up having to be killed by the task manager.
I need to be able to detect when the computer is locked or when the rendering device is not available so that I can suspend drawing until the user loggs back in.
That in fact is quite simple if you use a Winlogon Notification Package, see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/secauthn/security/winlogon_notification_packages.asp ("Winlogon Notification Packages"),
Hints for the grid button. Nested classes, templated collections. Squash that darned bug!
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