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Can CToolBar load 24 bit Bitmaps ??

I observed it works fine with 4 and 8 bit bitmaps.

If it is possible to make it work with 24 or 32 bit bitmaps then please let me know..

Thanks in advance.
- Prasad.
Posted 1-Jun-11 1:09am
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Solution 1

i guess it will work. Use the SetBitMap() function. here is an example

http://www.codeguru.com/Cpp/controls/toolbar/miscellaneous/article.php/c2521[^]
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Solution 2

This is the same: 8-bit bitmap and 24-bit bitmap. When they say "8-bit" bitmap, it means 8 bits per color component per pixel. So "8-bit" bitmaps takes 3*8 = 24bits for RGB pixel and 4*8 = 32bits per pixel for ARBG, where one more component ("A") is opacity. Also, there are different bitmaps format of the same pixel precision: order of components can be different.

Please understand what you really need before asking a question.

—SA
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