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    Posted: 14 September 2009 at 9:40am
Hi,

When i add a CXTMonthCalCtrl to one of the panels of my Shortcutbar, it displays in the old windows style: Blue header, red-circle around the current day, etc.

I'd like to see the new style, like the one you have added to the shortcutbar example.

After stripping all the SetStyle(), SetTheme() functions for your app, you still have the new calendar style.

How can I make the Monthcalendar look like the new style calendar? Do I need to use the skin framework? Do i have to call some form of SetTheme()? Or should I use the PaintManager somehow?

Thanks in Advance,

Bob

     Product: Xtreme ToolkitPro (MFC) version 13.0.0
     Platform: Windows (32bit) - XP - Vista
     Language: Visual C++
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hi all,

this question has recently become more important to us. I've found a way to change some of the colors using SetColor(), but i still can't change the style of the monthcalctrl to suit the one in the Shortcutbar example, even after filtering out all of the styling in the example.

I would really appreciate a reply!
     Product: Xtreme ToolkitPro (MFC) version 13.0.0
     Platform: Windows (32bit) - XP - Vista
     Language: Visual C++
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