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MessageProc of a global WindowsClass

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If you set a window to use the button class it will use that class's default wndproc.
You can set your own with setwindowlong function.

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Original post by Axiverse
But if i do that to a "button" or other premade thingy, it ceases to be a button...


not if you call the original wndproc for the messages you don't want to handle. A pointer to it is returned by setwindowlong.

at the end of your custom wndproc add a

return CallWindowProc(OriginalWindowProcedure, hwnd, message, wParam, lParam );

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