I've just upgrated my Visual C++ 6 to Visual C++.net and now this functions seams to not be working !!!!
I had the following line of command in a previously bugs free running program in Visual C++ 6, declared on xxx::InitInstance()
that would give me sort of a yellow mustard color to my dialog window.... the problem is that when I try to run it in my new Visual C++.net compiler, although the program runs... the window comes out with the same gray color that we're used to...Code:SetDialogBkColor(RGB(255,200,100), RGB(1,1,1));
Question: How can I make SetDialogBkColor( ) to run properly in Visual C++.net ??
Is there any other function that works better than this one, to change a dialog window default color ???