Bitmap background in MDI Client

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This example is to allow a bitmap (of any size) to be used for painting the MDI Client Area, on both Win95 and NT.

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  • ddd

    Posted by ggg on 05/06/2013 07:46am

    ddd

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  • How to display images in VC++(in MDI application)

    Posted by Legacy on 10/04/2003 12:00am

    Originally posted by: WinHtay

    I am writing an image processing program and i use SDI to show original and processed images.
    Now I want to compare original and processed images on screen at the same time.
    So i need to write MDI application. Please help me.
    Thanks in advavced!
    WinHtay

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  • Bug? No BMP's shown

    Posted by Legacy on 02/27/2000 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Niels Chr. Sorensen

    Tho code compiles and run's nicely with a nice stony background BUT It does not seem to be able to display any opened bitmaps??

    Not in truecolor (32 bit) anyway. :-(

    Cheers

    Niels

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