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Hello everyone,
I'm developping an MFC/C++ application. I've some buttons witch everyone contain a bitmap. I want that when I put the mouse cursor on a button, I display the image with a larger dimensions such as a zoom of the image.
Can anyone have an idea how to do ?
Many thanks for your precious help.
Best regards.
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Your button has to be able to detect when the mouse is within it's rectangle. I think I remember it being call mouse capture or something like that. It's been more than three years since I did any C++/MFC.

Once the button detects that the mouse has entered its rectangle, you can have the button resize the image.
 
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May be you can StretchBlt() the image to a bigger rectangle. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd145120(VS.85).aspx[^]
 
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Thanks for replying,
I've searched for the SetCapture function I've not understand very well the msdn.
Can anyone explain it more easy.
 
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