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Question on refresh rate

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Hello guys, I have been working on a GDI+ gauge for a game called Flight Simulator 2004. This gauge is compiled as a .dll in C++. Unfortunately I have some problems with coding a refresh rate for the gauge. I have a windows timer set to 100ms. Every time 100ms pass, a variable is updated. If the variable is bigger than the previous variable's value(when the class was drawn, then I draw the class. ex:
if(pfd_tmr_upd > pfd_tmr_upd_old)
{
		cxpfd.render(pelement->hdc, &pelement->image_data.final->dim);
		pfd_tmr_upd_old = pfd_tmr_upd;
}

I set the timer with the Win32 API function SetTimer. I need a pop-up for this gauge, so I have the same gauge being run as a pop-up. The problem is that the whole class is NOT being called when the pop-up is displayed. I differentiate between the pop-up and original gauge with a special parameter, but for some odd reason, the whole class will not render. If I comment out the if statement, then everything is fine, but I really need this timer for performance issues. I double checked that I am not calling the same timer more than once before killing it. Thank you very much for your help in advance. Sincerely, Tiberiu Brasov [Edited by - tiberiu11 on July 28, 2005 10:39:23 AM]

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