Stacking of in place OLE objects
amassari at progress.com
Wed Apr 9 11:38:36 CDT 2003
I am seeing something similar/related: my app has a window with two child
windows embedded (a toolbar and an IE object).
The paint problem I see is that the IE control is not drawing an area equal
to the height of the toolbar (see attached picture)
On Windows, the parent window receives just a single WM_PAINT, with
clipping area (0,0,300,300), while under Wine it receives *two* messages,
one with clipping (0,0,300,300), the second with (0,24,300,300) (where 24
is the height of the toolbar)
After digging in the painting code, I have a doubt: maybe the second
WM_PAINT was intended to be sent to the IE control, not to the parent
window (and the clipping would be the right one)...
At 17.20 09/04/2003 +0100, Mike Hearn wrote:
>I'm trying to embed IE into a java app, and although it mostly works
>fine, there is an annoying painting problem that means sometimes the
>containing JPanel (a swing component) overdraws what IE drew - ie the
>clipping doesn't seem to be working correctly.
>I have a few questions on this:
>1) I was under the impression that OLE in place objects are contained
>within their own child window, and that therefore anything drawn
>underneath that window should be clipped - is this right?
>2) The windows are definately being sent WM_PAINT in the right order,
>but somewhere along the line the first window is incorrectly allowed to
>draw on top of the second. Is painting asynchronous when using OLE
>embedding? If so, is there any way to disable this?
>Mike Hearn <m.hearn at signal.qinetiq.com>
>QinetiQ - Malvern Technology Center
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