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how to recognize that SWT windows are covered by other transparent windows? [message #467215] Thu, 26 January 2006 16:09
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Originally posted by: mckaot.gmx.net

here a question concerning transparency that differs from all the others:

I know how to check if somebody painted directly into "my" SWT window area.
I also know how to find out if "my" SWT window is covered (partly or completely) by an other window - as long as this window is a "normal" one - but if it uses Microsoft's UpdateLayeredWindow(..) or SetWindowLong(..) with GWL_EXSTYLE I don't "see" it, even if its transparency is set to 255!
Is there a way to discover such things within SWT?

best regards
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