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Question about windows graphics

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I was wondering if there's any way to draw to the screen outside of any windows context?

Is it possible to write to the menu system of my monitor, for example?

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I was wondering if there's any way to draw to the screen outside of any windows context?

Is it possible to write to the menu system of my monitor, for example?

I think that the menu for a monitor is drawn by the monitor itself replacing anything that is sent to it. The same way that the monitor can display a message saying there is no signal which obviously isn't sent by the PC. If that is correct then there is no way you can change it from any sotware on the PC.

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Actually, after some research, I've found that you can interact with the monitor menu from software. Not immediately accessible to AutoIt and I'm betting that it will require as many implementations as there are monitors to access. Kinda neat, though. I think the windows monitor API contains the key, however, so I'll be doing more research on it.

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