Extra redraws - was Re: custom entity type: "tooltip" hotspot
- As far as I have looked into this the redraw is generated by FastCAD. You
will see the same kind of redraw when placing the first copy with the PART
command. Just after placing the first copy with PART the whole drawing will
redraw. It will not redraw if you place more copies in the same command.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, September 11, 2002 12:28 AM
Subject: Re: [cc2-dev-l] custom entity type: "tooltip" hotspot
> Is it possible to get the main window handle and save the contents
> before opening the dialog? You should be able to close down the dialog,
> restore the bitmap, validate the entire window contents, and continue
> without forcing a redraw in the main window. The problem with this
> might be that you'd have to revalidate all of the child windows on
> the main window, so it may not be a reasonable option.
> The reason you're getting a redraw is probably that you're doing a
> lot of GDI work and the system dumps the background image that it
> saved when it displayed the dialog (also only goes up to some size
> dependent on dialog dimensions and desktop bit depth). GDI tends to
> be stingy on what it will save and for how long.
> Joe Slayton
> -- Original Message --
> From: Peter Olsson <peter@...>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Send: 02:29 PM
> Subject: Re: [cc2-dev-l] custom entity type: "tooltip" hotspot
> > I've noticed that some CC2 dialog boxes, when dismissed,
> > don't cause a map redraw, whereas others do. It seems (though
> > I've never researched it) that redraws are triggered only by the
> > larger dialogs and secondary windows.
> Most dialogs with previews cause this problem. A redraw is somehow issued
> when working with private (mode DL_Private) drawing lists. I have not
> a way to avoid this redraw... :-(
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