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KurtCPP

Not that interesting question.

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It means that you will have to supply a function of your own, that paints the widget. Painting in your supplied function should be done using GDI calls.

This method could pretty much make your widgets look any way you want. Yes, all those programs with strange looking, nonstandard widgets use "owner draw" in one way or another.

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