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abiemann wrote:
I was surprised that it would still flicker; I was hoping that all the graphics operations were done in memory, then simply shown when UpdateWindow was called - thus avoiding flicker.

Nope.  Looking more closely at your code, the only way you'll be able to prevent flicker
is to do the drawing offscreen yourself, then blt the whole thing to the dialog.

Mark



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