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QuestionHow to code a skinned UI like in Windows Media Player? Pin
Tim De Baets12-Jul-10 6:30
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Hi,

I would like to create something similar to the Windows Media Player miniplayer in the task bar. I don't expect many problems with coding the desk band (plenty of documentation about that), but I'm still wondering how to start with coding the skinned UI.

When looking into Windows Media Player's resources, I have found the following images: http://img130.imageshack.us/img130/5195/wmpbandimages.png[^]

The first image is obviously a mask, and then there are images for normal, disabled, hottracked and pressed states. I guess that I should take the different parts of the 'state' images (according to the state of each part), and merge these into a single image that shows the current UI. But how can I do this?

I would prefer not to use any libraries, just C++ and the plain Windows API.

Thanks.
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