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Grincheux

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Toolbar
« on: May 09, 2021, 10:54:44 am »
I try to set an toolbar with images in 24/32 bits.
The toolbar is well displayed except for the colors, they are in 16 colors mode!
I have taken others bitmaps that give good results an other programs, nothing change.
I am requesting for some help.

Offline John Z

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Re: Toolbar
« Reply #1 on: May 09, 2021, 12:09:21 pm »
I had a similar issue.  Here is how I solved it in PellesC

this made 16 color toolbar
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  himl = ImageList_LoadBitmap(tbab.hInst, MAKEINTRESOURCE(TB_Pict1), 32, 0, RGB(255,0,255));
this made 256 color toolbar
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  himl = ImageList_LoadImage(tbab.hInst,MAKEINTRESOURCE(TB_Pict1),32,0,RGB(255,0,255 ),IMAGE_BITMAP,LR_CREATEDIBSECTION);
Cavet:  I have not looked at your code yet -


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Update: downloaded, Hmmm - looks like you are doing it as above, I'll need to look further ….

Update 2: can you try using ToolBar_SetImageList(hToolbar, himl); rather than the SendMessage? It's the only thing I see right off that is different.  (but I've not looked at assembly for a long time)

Update 3: Try creating the toolbar without the extended version.  The extended version calls TB_ADDBITMAP internally  According to M$
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Attempting to modify it with TB_SETIMAGELIST has unpredictable consequences.
Then you might use the suggestion in update 2...
« Last Edit: May 09, 2021, 01:11:36 pm by John Z »

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Re: Toolbar
« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2021, 05:20:41 pm »
I tried to check your code, but I haven't too much time to follow the assembler flow, so I made a quick&dirty example that you can find attached.
For me it works well, Your problem can be due to wrong header definitions, or whatever related. Try to implement a simple window that loads the toolbar, as my example, in assembler and work it out to find the problem.
I also have seen that you call InitControls() and InitControlsEx() in a row, this is not correct. I tried to comment out them one at time, but no luck.
Good luck to you.
« Last Edit: May 09, 2021, 11:29:56 pm by frankie »

Grincheux

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Re: Toolbar
« Reply #3 on: May 09, 2021, 08:33:41 pm »
Thank You John & Frankie,
I applied all your advices, no success.
I wrote a C function and now... it's worst!

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MYTBBUTTON      tbButtons[23]   =   {
                              { 0,IDM_ACTION_FILTERS,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,0,IDS_ACTION_FILTERS},
                              {10,IDM_ACTION_FIND,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,1,IDS_ACTION_FIND},
                              { 7,IDM_ACTION_REFRESH,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,2,IDS_ACTION_REFRESH},
                              { 9,IDM_ACTION_SAVE,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,3,IDS_ACTION_SAVE},
                              { 0,0,               0,            TBSTYLE_SEP               ,0,0},
                              { 1,IDM_WINDOW_VIEW,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,4,IDS_WINDOW_VIEW},
                              { 6,IDM_WINDOW_DUMP,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,4,IDS_WINDOW_DUMP},
                              {14,IDM_WINDOW_DSM,      TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,4,IDS_WINDOW_DSM},
                              { 0,0,               0,            TBSTYLE_SEP               ,0,0},
                              { 5,IDM_FUNCTIONS_EXPORT,TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,5,IDS_FUNCTIONS_EXPORT},
                              { 4,IDM_FUNCTIONS_IMPORT,TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,6,IDS_FUNCTIONS_IMPORT},
                              { 0,0,               0                                 ,TBSTYLE_SEP,0,0},
                              {12,IDM_HOOK_AFTER,      TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,7,IDS_HOOK_AFTER},
                              {11,IDM_HOOK_BEFORE,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,8,IDS_HOOK_BEFORE},
                              { 0,0,               0,            TBSTYLE_SEP               ,0,0},
                              { 2,IDM_HOOK_FUNCTIONS,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,9,IDS_HOOK_FUNCTIONS},
                              { 3,IDM_HOOK_MESSAGES,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,10,IDS_HOOK_MESSAGES},
                              { 0,0,               0,            TBSTYLE_SEP               ,0,0},
                              { 8,IDM_ACTION_SETTINGS,TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,11,IDS_ACTION_SETTINGS},
                              { 0,0,               0,            TBSTYLE_SEP               ,0,0},
                              {13,IDM_PGM_ABOUT,      TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,12,IDS_PGM_ABOUT},
                              { 0,0,               0,            TBSTYLE_SEP               ,0,0},
                              {15,IDM_PGM_EXIT,      TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,13,IDS_PGM_EXIT},
                           } ;

TBADDBITMAP      TbAddBitmap      =   {NULL,IDB_TOOLBAR} ;

//   __________________________________________________________________________________
//   _______________________ CreateSimpleToolbar ______________________________________
//   __________________________________________________________________________________


void CreateSimpleToolbar(HWND hParent)
{
   hToolbar = CreateWindowEx(0,TOOLBARCLASSNAME,NULL,WS_CHILD,0,0,500,500,hParent,(HMENU) IDC_TOOLBAR_01,hInstance,NULL) ;

   TbAddBitmap.hInst = hInstance ;

   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_BUTTONSTRUCTSIZE,(WPARAM) sizeof(TBBUTTON),0) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_SETBITMAPSIZE,0,MAKELONG(32,32)) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_SETBUTTONSIZE,0,MAKELONG(34,34)) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_SETEXTENDEDSTYLE,0,(LPARAM) TBSTYLE_EX_DOUBLEBUFFER) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_ADDBITMAP,NUMBER_OF_ICONS,(LPARAM) &TbAddBitmap) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_ADDBUTTONS,NUMBER_OF_BUTTONS,(LPARAM) (LPTBBUTTON) tbButtons) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_AUTOSIZE,0,0) ;

   return ;
}
TB_ADDBITMAP crashes!

If I don't find a solution, I will remove it.

Grincheux

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Re: Toolbar
« Reply #4 on: May 09, 2021, 08:42:28 pm »
I have re-installed Pelle's C Compiler
I have launched ADWCLEANER, WISECARE365, CCLEANER and ADWARE !
Nothing !


What is there?

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Re: Toolbar
« Reply #5 on: May 09, 2021, 09:00:30 pm »
I'll try your ASM code later but for now here is C code that I know works. It is directly out of my vCardz_i program.
 
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//-----------------------------------------------------------------------
// Function : FillToolbar
// Task     : Load the toolbarimages
// Returns : nothing
// Input:
// hWndDlg : Handle to main
// iCtl : control id (could eb fixed in ths case..
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------
void FillToolbar(HWND hWndDlg, int iCtl)
{
 TBADDBITMAP tbab;
 ZeroMemory(&tbab, sizeof(TBADDBITMAP));

 HIMAGELIST himl;

TBBUTTON tbb[] = {
{TD_FILEOPEN, ID_MF_FILE, TBSTATE_ENABLED, (BYTE)(TBSTYLE_BUTTON|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS|TBSTYLE_TRANSPARENT) , {0}, 0L, (INT_PTR)L"Open a File"},
{TD_DIROPEN, ID_MFILE, TBSTATE_ENABLED, (BYTE)(TBSTYLE_BUTTON|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS |TBSTYLE_TRANSPARENT) , {0}, 0L, (INT_PTR) L"Load a Directory"},
{TD_FILESAVE, ID_MF_SAVEAS, TBSTATE_ENABLED, (BYTE)(TBSTYLE_BUTTON|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS| TBSTYLE_TRANSPARENT) , {0}, 0L, (INT_PTR)L"SaveAs"},
{0, 0, 0, TBSTYLE_SEP},
{TD_PRINT, ID_MF_PRINT, TBSTATE_ENABLED, (BYTE)(TBSTYLE_BUTTON|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS), {0}, 0L, (INT_PTR)L"Print Address"},
{TD_CLIPCOPY, ID_ME_COPY, TBSTATE_ENABLED, (BYTE)(TBSTYLE_BUTTON|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS), {0}, 0L, (INT_PTR)L"Address to Clipboard"},
{0, 0, 0, TBSTYLE_SEP},
{TD_PASTE, ID_ME_PASTE, TBSTATE_ENABLED, (BYTE)(TBSTYLE_BUTTON|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS|TBSTYLE_TRANSPARENT), {0}, 0L, (INT_PTR)L"Copy to New"},
{0, 0, 0, TBSTYLE_SEP},
{TD_HELP, ID_CS_F1_Help, TBSTATE_ENABLED, (BYTE)(TBSTYLE_BUTTON|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS), {0}, 0L, (INT_PTR)L"Context Help"},
{0, 0, 0, TBSTYLE_SEP},
{0, 0, 0, TBSTYLE_SEP},
{0, 0, 0, TBSTYLE_SEP},
{TD_PREV, ID_MV_PREVIOUS, TBSTATE_ENABLED, (BYTE)(TBSTYLE_BUTTON|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS), {0}, 0L, (INT_PTR)L"Prior card in a multicard file (Ctrl-L)"},
{TD_NEXT, ID_MV_NEXT, TBSTATE_ENABLED, (BYTE)(TBSTYLE_BUTTON|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS), {0}, 0L, (INT_PTR)L"Next card in a multicard file (Ctrl-U)"},
{0, 0, 0, TBSTYLE_SEP},
{TD_EXTRACT, ID_MF_EXTRACT, TBSTATE_ENABLED, (BYTE)(TBSTYLE_BUTTON|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS), {0}, 0L, (INT_PTR)L"Extract this card to a new file"},
{0, 0, 0, TBSTYLE_SEP},
{TD_SEARCH, ID_MV_SEARCH, TBSTATE_ENABLED, (BYTE)(TBSTYLE_BUTTON|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS), {0}, 0L, (INT_PTR)L"Search"},
{0, 0, 0, TBSTYLE_SEP},
{TD_EXITED, ID_ME_EXIT, TBSTATE_ENABLED, (BYTE)(TBSTYLE_BUTTON|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS), {0}, 0L, (INT_PTR)L"Exit Edit"},
};

    HWND hToolbar = GetDlgItem(hWndDlg, iCtl);
if (hToolbar)
{ghToolBar = (HWND)hToolbar;
         tbab.hInst = (HINSTANCE)GetWindowLong(hToolbar, GWL_HINSTANCE);
// need to change to the following to all >256 colors
if (StartUp.NewToolBar == 0)
          {himl = ImageList_LoadImage(tbab.hInst,MAKEINTRESOURCE(TB_Pict1),32,0,RGB(255,0,255 ),IMAGE_BITMAP,LR_CREATEDIBSECTION);}
else
          {himl = ImageList_LoadImage(tbab.hInst,MAKEINTRESOURCE(TB_Pict2),32,0,RGB(255,0,255 ),IMAGE_BITMAP,LR_CREATEDIBSECTION);}
         ToolBar_SetImageList(hToolbar, himl);
SendMessage(hToolbar, TB_ADDBUTTONS, (WPARAM)NELEMS(tbb), (LPARAM)&tbb);
SendMessage(hToolbar, TB_SETMAXTEXTROWS, 0, 0);//for tips
    }
else
{/*need error trap action */
  MessageBoxA(gHWND,"No toolbar created", "Win Main",MB_ICONERROR);
}

     // Set the initial toolbar button states for those hidden
   SendMessage(ghToolBar, TB_HIDEBUTTON, ID_MV_PREVIOUS, TRUE);
   SendMessage(ghToolBar, TB_HIDEBUTTON, ID_MV_NEXT, TRUE);
   SendMessage(ghToolBar, TB_HIDEBUTTON, ID_MF_EXTRACT, TRUE);
   SendMessage(ghToolBar, TB_HIDEBUTTON, ID_MV_SEARCH, TRUE);
   SendMessage(ghToolBar, TB_HIDEBUTTON, ID_ME_EXIT, TRUE);

// TB_HIDEBUTTON TB_SETSTATE
    // here is how to change bitmap used on toolbar button
    // SetToolbarImage(hToolbar,ID_MV_PREVIOUS,9);


}/* end filltoolbar */

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Grincheux

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Re: Toolbar
« Reply #6 on: May 09, 2021, 10:13:18 pm »
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   hImageList = ImageList_LoadImage(hInstance,MAKEINTRESOURCE(IDB_TOOLBAR),NUMBER_OF_ICONS,1,CLR_DEFAULT,IMAGE_BITMAP,LR_CREATEDIBSECTION|LR_DEFAULTSIZE|LR_LOADTRANSPARENT) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_SETIMAGELIST,0,(LPARAM) hImageList) ;


TB_SETIMAGELIST fails
GetLastError returns 6 (Bad Handle)
ERROR_INVALID_HANDLE[/size]6 (0x6)The handle is invalid.[/color]
« Last Edit: May 09, 2021, 10:17:21 pm by Grincheux »

Grincheux

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Re: Toolbar
« Reply #7 on: May 09, 2021, 10:57:37 pm »
NOW IT IS GOOD

Here is my code
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extern   HINSTANCE   hInstance ;

#define   NUMBER_OF_ICONS      16
#define   NUMBER_OF_BUTTONS   23

typedef   unsigned long long QWORD ;

HWND         hToolbar ;
HIMAGELIST      hImageList ;

typedef struct _MYTBBUTTON
{
   int      iBitmap ;
   int      idCommand ;
   BYTE   fsState ;
   BYTE   fsStyle ;
   BYTE   bReserved[2] ;
   QWORD   dwData ;
   QWORD   dwString ;
} MYTBBUTTON, *LPMYTBBUTTON ;

MYTBBUTTON      tbButtons[23]   =   {
                              { 0,IDM_ACTION_FILTERS,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,0,IDS_ACTION_FILTERS},
                              {10,IDM_ACTION_FIND,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,1,IDS_ACTION_FIND},
                              { 7,IDM_ACTION_REFRESH,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,2,IDS_ACTION_REFRESH},
                              { 9,IDM_ACTION_SAVE,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,3,IDS_ACTION_SAVE},
                              { 0,0,               0,            TBSTYLE_SEP               ,0,0},
                              { 1,IDM_WINDOW_VIEW,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,4,IDS_WINDOW_VIEW},
                              { 6,IDM_WINDOW_DUMP,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,4,IDS_WINDOW_DUMP},
                              {14,IDM_WINDOW_DSM,      TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,4,IDS_WINDOW_DSM},
                              { 0,0,               0,            TBSTYLE_SEP               ,0,0},
                              { 5,IDM_FUNCTIONS_EXPORT,TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,5,IDS_FUNCTIONS_EXPORT},
                              { 4,IDM_FUNCTIONS_IMPORT,TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,6,IDS_FUNCTIONS_IMPORT},
                              { 0,0,               0                                 ,TBSTYLE_SEP,0,0},
                              {12,IDM_HOOK_AFTER,      TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,7,IDS_HOOK_AFTER},
                              {11,IDM_HOOK_BEFORE,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,8,IDS_HOOK_BEFORE},
                              { 0,0,               0,            TBSTYLE_SEP               ,0,0},
                              { 2,IDM_HOOK_FUNCTIONS,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,9,IDS_HOOK_FUNCTIONS},
                              { 3,IDM_HOOK_MESSAGES,   TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,10,IDS_HOOK_MESSAGES},
                              { 0,0,               0,            TBSTYLE_SEP               ,0,0},
                              { 8,IDM_ACTION_SETTINGS,TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,11,IDS_ACTION_SETTINGS},
                              { 0,0,               0,            TBSTYLE_SEP               ,0,0},
                              {13,IDM_PGM_ABOUT,      TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,12,IDS_PGM_ABOUT},
                              { 0,0,               0,            TBSTYLE_SEP               ,0,0},
                              {15,IDM_PGM_EXIT,      TBSTATE_ENABLED,BTNS_AUTOSIZE|TBSTYLE_BUTTON,0,0,13,IDS_PGM_EXIT},
                           } ;

TBADDBITMAP      TbAddBitmap      =   {NULL,IDB_TOOLBAR} ;

//   __________________________________________________________________________________
//   _______________________ CreateSimpleToolbar ______________________________________
//   __________________________________________________________________________________

void CreateSimpleToolbar(HWND hParent)
{
   hToolbar = CreateWindowEx(0,TOOLBARCLASSNAME,NULL,WS_CHILD|WS_VISIBLE|TBSTYLE_FLAT|TBSTYLE_TOOLTIPS|TBSTYLE_TRANSPARENT|TBSTYLE_WRAPABLE,0,0,500,500,hParent,(HMENU) IDC_TOOLBAR_01,hInstance,NULL) ;

   TbAddBitmap.hInst = hInstance ;

   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_SETBITMAPSIZE,0,MAKELONG(32,32)) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_SETBUTTONSIZE,0,MAKELONG(34,34)) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_SETEXTENDEDSTYLE,0,(LPARAM) TBSTYLE_EX_DOUBLEBUFFER) ;
   hImageList = ImageList_LoadImage(hInstance,MAKEINTRESOURCE(IDB_TOOLBAR),32,1,CLR_DEFAULT,IMAGE_BITMAP,LR_CREATEDIBSECTION|LR_DEFAULTSIZE|LR_LOADTRANSPARENT) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_SETIMAGELIST,1,(LPARAM) hImageList) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_BUTTONSTRUCTSIZE,(WPARAM) sizeof(TBBUTTON),0) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_ADDBUTTONS,NUMBER_OF_BUTTONS,(LPARAM) (LPTBBUTTON) tbButtons) ;
   SendMessage(hToolbar,TB_AUTOSIZE,0,0) ;

   return ;
}

The problem was made by the toolbar styles in the CreateWindowEx.

Thank You for your help.
Merci

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Re: Toolbar
« Reply #8 on: May 09, 2021, 11:01:28 pm »
I found an error in "Win_Structures.inc":
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TBBUTTON STRUCT
iBitmap DWORD ?
idCommand DWORD ?
fsState BYTE ?
fsStyle BYTE ?
bReserved BYTE 6 dup(?)
dwData QWORD ?
; iString DWORD ?  ;This is wrong iString is defined as INT_PTR
iString QWORD ?
TBBUTTON ENDS

C definition:
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typedef struct _TBBUTTON {
    int iBitmap;
    int idCommand;
    BYTE fsState;
    BYTE fsStyle;
#ifdef _WIN64
    BYTE bReserved[6];
#elif defined(_WIN32)
    BYTE bReserved[2];
#endif
    DWORD_PTR dwData;
    INT_PTR iString;
} TBBUTTON, NEAR* PTBBUTTON, *LPTBBUTTON;

I fixed it, but still don't work, but I suspect that there are other errors like this. Maybe someone is also the reason of your crash.

Grincheux

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Re: Toolbar
« Reply #9 on: May 10, 2021, 04:05:57 am »
Yes I have seen.
I have corrected bugs where I initialized R8D and R9D rather than R8 and R9.
I don't explain that in changing styles that solves the problem!
Thank You

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Re: Toolbar
« Reply #10 on: May 11, 2021, 02:44:52 pm »

I found an error in "Win_Structures.inc":

Good catch Frankie!

John Z