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Pierre Bellisle:
Hi José,

A minor one,
%RBBS_TOPALIGN Keep band in top row.
instead of "Keep band title hidden".

Take care.

Pierre

José Roca:
Thanks very much.

Pierre Bellisle:
Hey José,

I'm presently experimenting some stuff with mouse cursors.
As often I look at MSDN, pbIncludes, and your includes for references.

I was working with CopyCursor and found this on MSDN:
>CopyCursor is implemented as a call to the CopyIcon function.

So I simply use CopyIcon instead of CopyCursor because something like
>DECLARE FUNCTION CopyCursor ... "USER32.DLL" ALIAS ... "CopyCursor" ...
give me the bad dll message box Windows error [CopyCursor could not be found in "User32.dll".]
under Windows Seven/64. Is it as you wish in your latest definitions?

Pierre
P.S.: Have you seen my avatar? It's the painting I have in my kitchen.
I bought it many years ago in a flea market.
It was "un coup de foudre", I couldn't resist.
The girlfriend I had at this time wasn't really happy about it...
I'm not quite sure who have the original, me or el Museo del Prado.  ;-)
Still I like it a lot, even after all these years...   :-)

Francisco de Goya, Dos viejos comiendo sopa

José Roca:
I will change it to:


--- Code: ---' // Note: CopyCursor is implemented as a call to the CopyIcon function.
DECLARE FUNCTION CopyCursor IMPORT "USER32.DLL" ALIAS "CopyIcon" ( _
   BYVAL hCursor AS DWORD _                             ' __in HCURSOR hCursor
 ) AS DWORD                                             ' HCURSOR

--- End code ---

> I'm not quite sure who have the original, me or el Museo del Prado.  ;-)

El Prado, of course. Few people can have a Goya in the kitchen :)

Pierre Bellisle:
And I must add one more thank to you
for this unbelievable work you did on these APIs definitions.

Pierre

 

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