WM_PAINT using a custom update region?

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WM_PAINT using a custom update region?

Postby Gili » Sat, 21 Aug 2004 13:30:12 GMT

Hi,

 I need to able to draw parts of a window into a targetDC. Currently I do 
this by calling InvalidateRgn() and invoking WM_PAINT directly with my DC as 
wParam. The problem is that I don't want to clobber the update region of the 
window. That is, if another thread has called InvalidateRgn() on this window 
already, I don't want my painting to interfer with that.

    As far as I know, there is no way to:

1) Lock the window update region
2) Save the window update region
3) Set the window update region to what I want
4) Call WM_PAINT on the update region I just set so the window paints into 
my DC
5) Reset the update region to its saved state
6) Unlock the window update region
7) Furthermore, if any other thread modifies the Window update region in 
between steps 1 and 6 it should modify the *saved* update region, not the 
one I am using for my personal painting.

    Any ideas on how to accomplish this?

    This brings up the question. When WM_PAINT is invoked with wParam=0 it 
calls BeginPaint() which returns a DC having the system clipping region 
derived from the window update region. The question is, if WM_PAINT is 
invoked with wParam!=0, does it use the system clipping region of the DC 
that is passed in or does it still make use of the window update region 
somehow? Is the update region reset if BeginPaint() is never invoked?

Thanks,
Gili 




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