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_WinAPI_SetWindowRgn Restores AppTheme back to Windows Classic

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komalo

hi

according to msdn

here : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms...theming_topic12

here : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb...gnore_top_level

If i applied a region to a top-level window and then removed the region , the visual style is not

automatically applied and UxTheme Manager will ignore this top-level window , so is there's a way to restore visual style automatically ?


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LarryDalooza

I imagine almost no one here is going to have had experience in this area. You can trial and error your way through using InvalidateRect and/or SendMessage to try to get the window to redraw or something... but I have never been down this road.

Lar.


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komalo

well i will give a try for InvalidateRect , as for messages

i tried all painting messages and even api function

thanks larry


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