A way to control all the Controls on a form view or on a dialog--resize the controls, move them, or hide them. This method works even if they are already subclassed.
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Getting a docking toolbar in a dialog is not easy. I do a small trick -- I make a dialog behave like a toolbar, thus making a lot of GUI gimmicks easy to incorporate.
Create round SysMenu buttons and learn how to do flicker-free painting in the caption and more. (New features were added.)
A simple article on how to place a background image in a list control.
Build a scale bar tool for GIS and other systems. Support several units, such as meter, foot, kilometer, mile, yard, degree, or your own defined unit. Support regional number settings as well as several styles of appearances.
A sub-classed Listbox populated with buttons containing LED windows. This is useful for displaying a large number of buttons in a limited area.
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