Learn to create a "splash" window at an application's startup.
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Create a splash screen or skeleton application by using non-rectangular windows. The dialog is shaped by a supplied bitmap. The demo also demonstrates dragging the dialog by clicking anywhere on a visible portion, as well as timer events and using a button on the transparent dialog.
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