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    WIndows Message Queue

    Introducing a delay (Sleep )in default procedure, would cause any loss of messages?

    Thanks in advance,

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    Re: WIndows Message Queue

    No it wouldn't. The only issue is that if you did the call to Sleep() in the user insterface thread, then the whole interface would stop runinng until the Sleep(0 completed and the procedure it was in returned.

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    Re: WIndows Message Queue

    It is like this.

    I over-ride RbuttonDown message and intrduce a sleep and or a big while loop. If I click on LButton of mouse many times, i dont receive all messages.

    Are u getting it? THis holds good in introducing delay in DefWindowProc or in Pretranslate Message.

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