Discover a very simple, integrated method to make a control, such as static, button, sliderctrl, and progress control transparent in a dialog box.
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Office 97 style Colour Picker control
This control imitates the famous monitor of the MS Windows Display properties dialog box. It was built to provide the functionality of representing the screen display with a bitmap image background.
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