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According to MSDN, using SetProcessDefaultLayout(LAYOUT_RTL) should change the layout to right-to-left. However, it does not change the window caption - the buttons are still on the right.

I have found that using the extended style WS_EX_LAYOUTRTL does move the caption buttons to the left.

Is this how SetProcessDefaultLayout() is supposed to work? Or is there another API that will move the caption buttons to the left?

While WS_EX_LAYOUTRTL does work, it means that each window creation has to be intercepted and this flag added. I was hoping to find some way to do it only once, when an app starts.

Thanks for any suggestions.
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Hans


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