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Re: SET TOOLTIPBACKCOLOR

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Javier, puedes probarlo tambien ? Aqui a mi me funciona.
Sigue sin funcionar Pablo César!, a lo mejor es como dices, dependiendo de como esta configurado windows, pero he tratado de cambiar la configuración y nada.

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Javier Tovar wrote:he tratado de cambiar la configuración y nada
Javier, buscá el tema clásico

Has ejecutado el CustomToolTipDemo.exe ? Te funciona ?
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No Pablo César, Me dice que mi Microsoft Visual Studio Para Aplicaciones no puede abrir el archivo.

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Pablo César wrote: Estimado Claudio, todo indica que es algo a más que se debe ajustar para no sufrir interferencia del SO. Lo que pude leer es que existe la propiedad OwnerDraw, porque hé visto vários código que se utilizan asi como este y dá cierto:
Yes, custom draw could be a solution.
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caro Pablo César anche con il tuo codice non funziona, il mio processore è a 64 bit ma compilo il codice a 32bit .
A me funziona il programma CustomToolTipDemo

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Dear Pablo César also with your code does not work, my processor is 64-bit but I compile the 32bit code.
To me the program works CustomToolTipDemo

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emzampi wrote:Dear Pablo César also with your code does not work, my processor is 64-bit but I compile the 32bit code.
To me the program works CustomToolTipDemo
Now we know our ToolTips are affected when we change WDDM (Windows Display Driver Model, for example themed by AERO).
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The INITTOOLTIP uses tooltips_class32 whish is a Microsoft class using the API. In order to change colors in Toolips and not affected by API, we would need to be implemented a Custom Draw property. I do not know if this will demmand a lot of work just to avoid API use.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library ... .110).aspx (see OwnerDraw property)

This app demo (CustomToolTipDemo.exe) is made in another programming language, just to prove if runable in AERO for example.
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Hola pablo César,

Como obtengo el "Window XP Clasico"?

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Cambie a "Windows Clasico" y ya puedo ver los ToolTip a color deseado. Pero la vista se ve como Window 98 o Windows 2000, no es muy buena!

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Javier Tovar wrote:Cambie a "Windows Clasico" y ya puedo ver los ToolTip a color deseado. Pero la vista se ve como Window 98 o Windows 2000, no es muy buena!
Así es, no muy linda pero muy liviano.
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