RBBS_TOPALIGN

Started by Pierre Bellisle, February 05, 2015, 03:43:45 AM

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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


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:


' // 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


> 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


Pierre Bellisle

Hola José,

It could be good to have Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 defined in sdkddkver.inc

Pierre


%WIN32_WINNT_NT4      = &h0400??? 'Windows NT4
%WIN32_WINNT_WIN2K    = &h0500??? 'Windows 2000
%WIN32_WINNT_WINXP    = &h0501??? 'Windows Server 2003, Windows XP
%WIN32_WINNT_WS03     = &h0502??? 'Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows XP with SP2
%WIN32_WINNT_WIN6     = &h0600??? 'Windows Vista
%WIN32_WINNT_VISTA    = &h0600??? 'Windows Vista
%WIN32_WINNT_WS08     = &h0600??? 'Windows Server 2008
%WIN32_WINNT_LONGHORN = &h0600??? 'Windows
%WIN32_WINNT_WIN7     = &h0601??? 'Windows Seven
%WIN32_WINNT_WIN8     = &h0602??? 'Windows Eight
%WIN32_WINNT_WINBLUE  = &h0603??? 'Windows Eight.1
%WIN32_WINNT_WIN10    = &h0A00??? 'Windows Ten

Pierre Bellisle

Also

RRF_SUBKEY_WOW6464KEY
RRF_SUBKEY_WOW6432KEY

in WinReg.inc

Pierre