External Creation. Obtains the Window Handler on Windows.
andre at andregarzia.com
Wed Dec 3 15:27:09 CST 2008
I know nothing of windows programming, but if you're trying simple
transparency, you can use the windowshape with a PNG file with
different levels of alpha channel in it to give customizable
transparency in selected areas. I've seen Scott using this to such
marvelous effect that it still makes me smile.
On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 6:19 PM, GIRARD Damien
<dam-pro.girard at laposte.net> wrote:
> Thanks, that's working, I have my HWND and I can work on the window.
> But, I am not able to have the glass effect working now in a Rev Window, the
> engine display a white background on locations
> that must be transparent.
> I continue to search.
> Andre Garzia a écrit :
>> check the windowID property of a revolution window. I think that on
>> windows it returns the Window handle.
>> On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 4:49 PM, GIRARD Damien
>> <dam-pro.girard at laposte.net> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I am playing with externals, and I want to try to add GUI features to
>>> I know how to write externals to interface libraries with Rev, but
>>> on the GUI of Rev, I do not know anything at all for now.
>>> What I want to do is to retrieve the Window handler (on Windows) in order
>>> add Windows Vista Aero effects.
>>> I read few articles that talks about how to use DWM of Vista, and the
>>> things that it requires is a Window handler (HWND) in
>>> order to apply the glass effect.
>>> So, does anyone knows how to retrieve the HWND of a Revolution Window on
>>> Windows ?
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