If so, please tell me how you've done this. Cause GDI+ seems to override the new
command and I don't know how to handle it. My compiler always quits with the
error C2660: function doesn't accept 3 parameters ???!!!
I sure havent and dont have a clue how to use it. As usual, despite the fact that there is some info on the MSDN site, the info is sketchy, confusing and probably inacurate. I'd do cartwheels if i could just get a bmp to load with GDI+.
I can't find a substitute for SetROP2.
I want to draw in inverted color but I don't know how to.
With GDI I can use SetROP2 function to set how colors are
combined with the background, but I don't see something like that in GDI+.
Hi. I've downloaded all of the files, and tried the demos to no avail. I've seen other posts claiming to have errors with 'undeclared identifiers' and this is the problem I'm facing. I've read all of the samples on the MSDN library (October, 2001) and I guess I'm just being code dumb. Can somebody post a working project so I can see the relationship to all of this?
Also, do I need to do anything else with the files from the gdi header/lib downloads other than place the inlude files in INCLUDE and the .lib file in LIB?
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