|If I wanted anti-aliased images in my listbox would it be best to use an XP manifest or a custom CImageLIst to render the ICONS/BITMAPS so the alpha channel is used???
I have read a few articles and it seems manifest would be the easiest way...but not compatible with anything other than XP.
When you use a manifest, does CImageList now use the alpha channel in a 32bit image???
I have read a few articles:
like this one[^]
That suggest Windows forms (assuming .NET something NOT MFC) Image lists have a bug which causes alpha channels to be ignored???
I'm looking for the easiest solution...so if manifest file does exactly what I need done (Basically my controls need to use the alpha channel when rendering cuz I hate the jaggies) then i'll use the manifest appraoch.
If the manifest causes alot of other problems, from which I can tell from the articles I have read here on CP seems to bugger up other controls, etc...then maybe i'll consider writting a custom CImageListXP class which renders any bitmap using alpha channels...plus I guess it could be used in 98, etc...which would be nice but not nessecary...
Does a manifest sound like something I should use or should I write a CImageList class???
If I should use a manifest can you point me to an article which guides me through it and doesn't cause any weird side effects on combobox drop downs, etc...?
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