This is an easy and flexible way to use bitmaps as buttons in your application.
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Colored buttons with the default view of a button exactly the same as a normal non-owner drawn button.
This little control, derived from a CButton control, displays the network traffic on a given interface. It uses the Performace API functions to enumerate the current traffic.
A control to choose a character from a specific charset and the options to use bold and/or italic font.
This routine lets you derive a class and implement custom a background paint while still having all the features from the CButtonST control.
Create bitmap buttons used in a simple user interface.
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