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Comments by _Erik_ (Top 5 by date)

_Erik_ at 2-Mar-11 11:18am View
Reason for my vote of 5
Thank you. I hope this will stop the torrent of questions about this topic.
_Erik_ at 14-Jan-11 12:00pm View
Is this exactly the code your program runs or have you simplified it? I'm asking becouse, for example, calling CreateGraphics on a control which has not still created the handle can cause illegal cross thread calls.
_Erik_ at 14-Jan-11 10:28am View
Yes, I have read your question, but I have done this kind of work countless times and so I do know you just have to use double buffer to avoid flickering, so maybe you are not using double buffer in the right places. Just want to put you in the right direction.
_Erik_ at 30-Nov-10 8:57am View
No way. To make this you should declare a C# structure and, therefore, that structure will always be understood as a managed type, and you cannot declare a pointer to a managed type. The only thing you could do is using a byte* and manually calculate the offset and size for each field in the unmanaged object, but you cannot map a C# structure to a pointer becouse, as I have said, a C# structure is always understood as a managed type.
_Erik_ at 5-Nov-10 12:46pm View
Answering your own question when you find a solution is usually a good practice but, in this case, I think you are going a bit too far.

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