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Waldermort19-Oct-11 5:41
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Chuck O'Toole wrote:
Theory goes that the EndPaint() call will take care of the ValidateRect() on the .rcPaint member of the PAINTSTRUCT you received in BeginPaint(). Is that the same thing you are using in your manual ValidateRect() call? Is there a possibility that it is being clobbered during your paint processing? If .rcPaint changed between Begin and End that would explain what you see. You say you use that member to do your re-drawing, read-only?

BeginPaint() actually.

Like you said though, if it were a bug... which makes me think there must be a problem in my code somewhere.

Anyway, found it! Deep in there was a legacy debug routine to update the entire screen. Now to find out who made it and then...

Thanks for the suggestions though.
Waldermort

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