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    Re: MFC SDI: How do I create transparent SDI views?

    Could anyone give the code of transparent MDI view?
    I use this SDI code and modify it many times, but it can't works.

    Thank you!
    Last edited by PeejAvery; November 20th, 2007 at 11:20 AM.

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    Re: Transparent MDI views?

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    Re: Transparent MDI views?

    I'm wondering what is that kind of "transparent" view good for.
    AFAIK, a good common sense view is for displaying something and not for showing what's behind.
    Maybe's for fun, otherwise... just shooting in the dark.
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    Re: Transparent MDI views?

    Quote Originally Posted by ovidiucucu
    I'm wondering what is that kind of "transparent" view good for.
    AFAIK, a good common sense view is for displaying something and not for showing what's behind.
    Maybe's for fun, otherwise... just shooting in the dark.
    I had written that FAQ when I had to match and mix graphic images in two windows. I do not have an idea how it can be done for MDI applications and what could be the need.

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