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Questionbmp background for a non-subclassed ctreectrl Pin
kitkat120123-Mar-09 9:41
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i have this formview with a ctreectrl in it and i need to change the tree's background to use a bitmap

i've found a couple of tutorials on how to do this, but they all involve deriving a class from ctreectrl and overriding either the OnPaint or the OnEraseBkgnd methods.

i can't do this since i'm not allowed to create a new class, so i'm stuck with changing stuff on the ctreectrl's parent window (formview)

i tried catching the notifications using ON_NOTIFY(WM_ERASEBKGND, IDC_TREE1, OnEraseBkgnd2) but it doesn't seem to work

i also tried changing the background in customdraw, but i could only get it to work during CDDS_PREPAINT and that produces some major painting issues

any suggestions? thanks
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