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I've been researching this topic for about three weeks, but I'm still very confused. What I'm trying to do is to add a menu item to an arbitrary, third- party applications title bar system menu and process user events relating to it. The main problem I'm having is that there appears to be a wealth of UDFs and other techniques to accomplish this, and I can't figure out which to concentrate on as a good solution. For example, I've looked closely at @BrewManNHB 's GUIRegisterMsg replacement for GUICtrlSetOnEvent and GUIGetMsg, and @LarsJJ 's stunning product GUIRegisterMsg20 UDF, as well as st
Quick description: I'm building an application for a friend who wants to quit the use of Picasa but is reluctant because of the customised order of his pictures. The only way I know how to retain the custom order is to export all folders (and/or albums) managed by Picasa. I suppose the quick question is whether the way to trap messages for a window and/or control of your own making (GUI) is fundamentally different from trapping it for windows in a third party GUI. If that makes sense. My wizard style application has grown steadily but mainly slowly I found out that almost none of th
Good morning everyone I'm trying to build, and, first of all, understand, how a Virtual ListView works. By now, I've already downloaded all the samples from Virtual List View samples provided by @LarsJ, but I still don't understand few things. What I understood by now, is that the Virtual ListView doesn't need to be filled by object like Items, because it use directly the source to display the data. I've already understood that the $LVN_ODCACHEHINT Notification Code does provide the range of the items to be displayed, but I don't understand how to fill $iFrom and $iTo which are in th