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nicjedi
08-05-2008, 02:10 AM
Using themes, I have noticed that there isn't a "theme" for old Win2000 style, and the only way to use it is to set
RWSetThemeAppProperties( 0).

I think that a "fake" theme Win2000 using RWSetVisualStyle may be simplier for developers.

Bye

Nicola

Terry
08-05-2008, 03:27 PM
It looks to me like calling RWSetThemeAppProperties(0) will just turn off theming. Can you get the same effect by calling


RWSetVisualStyle(RW_VISUALSTYLE_WINDOWSCLASSIC)
or

RWEnableXPThemesDrawing( FALSE )?

nicjedi
08-06-2008, 12:06 AM
It looks to me like calling RWSetThemeAppProperties(0) will just turn off theming. Can you get the same effect by calling


RWSetVisualStyle(RW_VISUALSTYLE_WINDOWSCLASSIC)
or

RWEnableXPThemesDrawing( FALSE )?

uhm, I don't know why, but if I call

RWSetVisualStyle(RW_VISUALSTYLE_WINDOWSCLASSIC)
it set the standard theme of Windows XP, not the "non-theme" of Windows 2000.

I work on Windows XP SP3, with Luna interface active. If I set in my Theme properties the Windows Classic interface, the

RWSetVisualStyle(RW_VISUALSTYLE_WINDOWSCLASSIC)
set the "win2000" theme