user32/tests: Mysterious WinXP 0xae and 0xef messages.
dmitry at codeweavers.com
Thu Jan 18 21:42:10 CST 2007
"Kirill K. Smirnov" <lich at math.spbu.ru> wrote:
> While improving rejected tests for WM_SETICON:
> I've noticed, that WinXP sends some mysterious message 0xae, that breaks
> Googling it, I've found few notes indicating to WM_NCUAHDRAWCAPTION
> [0xae] message and WM_NCUAHDRAWFRAME[0xaf]. [http://www.werkema.com/
> blog/index.php?op=Default&Date=200503&blogId=1] As I understood it,
> these messages are used to paint WINXP-specific fancy borders and
> But MSDN shows absolutely absence of any knowledge concerning it.
> AFAIK wine does not support them too.
> Should these messages be implemented? Or at least add mnemonics to
> Anyway, how those tests should be modified to pass under XP and other
There is no need to add support for that purely internal XP messages.
Have a look at the WmAltVkN message sequence how it copes with 0x00AE:
it just marks it 'optional' and has a comment /* XP */ for it.
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