Create an owner-draw bitmap button and a frame for the title bar in one class.
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[Update] Render a button in multiple ways, including soft drop-shadow generation, antialiasing with the window background, semi-transparency, and more. This class is an extension to the standard hover button. The new additions are: 1. Buttons in the dialog were not set to be ownerdrawn. This has been corrected. 2. The program now links with MFC 7.0 statically, so users without .NET installed can run the demo.
This is an easy and flexible way to use bitmaps as buttons in your application.
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