I remember a year or so ago I showed that trick to one of my friends who used to Delphi, and he struggled
for one hour to figure out how to make it in PASCAL, but he did it finally, by using the SDK call. After that
we played with it a while. You know, you can actually combine few regions, plus then and minus before you set
the new region. We made something what looked like a cheese, with the holes! Very funny, DO IT AT HOME...;-)
I am rounding off a main dlg on a dlg based app and it worked fine under win98, but when my friend tried to
run it under win95, it would not draw at all and caused all kinds of problems...I am assuming it has
something to do with the 64k boundary and Win98's 32-bit GDI being able to handle it internally...Is there an
alternative work around for this for Win95...???