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    Posted: 30 August 2017 at 3:15am
Hi;

I'm using the skin framework for my application, but it clips the caption in title bar of the application.
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How can I fix this?

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I think if you are using the CommandBar with EnableFrameTheme, then you should exclude that window from the SkinFramework with a RemoveWindow call. Let the CommandBars do all the drawing in that case (again, I think this will work, not 100% sure).
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Hi;

I already remove the main window from SkinFramework...
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Still no comment from CJ?
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Hello,

It is can be result of bug in methods CXTPSkinManagerApiHook::OnHookSystemParametersInfoA/W
BOOL WINAPI CXTPSkinManagerApiHook::OnHookSystemParametersInfoA(UINT uiAction, UINT uiParam, PVOID pvParam, UINT fWinIni)
{
    XTP_SKINFRAMEWORK_MANAGE_STATE();

    CXTPSkinManagerApiFunction* pFunction = EnterHookedCall(xtpSkinApiSystemParametersInfoA);
    if (NULL == pFunction)
    {
        return FALSE;
    }

    typedef BOOL(WINAPI* LPFNSYSTEMPARAMETERSINFO)(UINT uiAction, UINT uiParam, PVOID pvParam, UINT fWinIni);
    BOOL bResult = ((LPFNSYSTEMPARAMETERSINFO)pFunction->m_pfnOrig)(uiAction, uiParam, pvParam, fWinIni);

    XTP_GUARD_SHARED_(CXTPSkinManager, XTPSkinManager(), pSkinManager)
    {
        if (!pSkinManager->IsEnabled() || pSkinManager->GetMetrics()->m_bRefreshMetrics)
            return bResult;

        if (!pSkinManager->HasApplyOptions(xtpSkinApplyMetrics | xtpSkinApplyColors | xtpSkinApplyFrame))
            return bResult;

        if (uiAction == SPI_GETICONTITLELOGFONT && uiParam == sizeof(LOGFONTA))
        {
#ifndef _UNICODE
            LOGFONTA* pLogFont = reinterpret_cast<LOGFONTA*>(pvParam);
            ASSERT(NULL != pLogFont);
#else
            LOGFONTW logFont;
            LOGFONTW* pLogFont = &logFont;
#endif

            XTP_GUARD_SHARED_(CXTPSkinManagerSchema, XTPSkinManager()->GetSchema(), pSchema)
            {
                UINT nSysMetrics = pSchema->GetClassCode(_T("SYSMETRICS"));

                pSchema->GetFontProperty(nSysMetrics, 0, 0, TMT_ICONTITLEFONT, *pLogFont);

#ifdef _UNICODE
                LOGFONTA* pLogFontA = reinterpret_cast<LOGFONTA*>(pvParam);
                ASSERT(NULL != pLogFontA);

                memcpy(pLogFontA, pLogFont, offsetof(LOGFONTA, lfFaceName));
                WCSTOMBS_S(pLogFontA->lfFaceName, pLogFont->lfFaceName, _countof(pLogFontA->lfFaceName));
#endif
            }
        }

        if (uiAction == SPI_GETNONCLIENTMETRICS && uiParam == sizeof(NONCLIENTMETRICSA))
        {
            XTP_GUARD_SHARED_(CXTPSkinManagerSchema, XTPSkinManager()->GetSchema(), pSchema)
            {
                UINT nSysMetrics = pSchema->GetClassCode(_T("SYSMETRICS"));

                LOGFONT lfMenuFont, lfStatusFont, lfCaptionFont, lfSmCaptionFont;
                pSchema->GetFontProperty(nSysMetrics, 0, 0, TMT_MENUFONT, lfMenuFont);
                pSchema->GetFontProperty(nSysMetrics, 0, 0, TMT_STATUSFONT, lfStatusFont);
                pSchema->GetFontProperty(nSysMetrics, 0, 0, TMT_CAPTIONFONT, lfCaptionFont);
                pSchema->GetFontProperty(nSysMetrics, 0, 0, TMT_SMALLCAPTIONFONT, lfSmCaptionFont);

                NONCLIENTMETRICSA* pncm = reinterpret_cast<NONCLIENTMETRICSA*>(pvParam);
                ASSERT(NULL != pncm);

#ifndef _UNICODE
                memcpy(&pncm->lfMenuFont, &lfMenuFont, sizeof(LOGFONTA));
                memcpy(&pncm->lfStatusFont, &lfStatusFont, sizeof(LOGFONTA));
                memcpy(&pncm->lfCaptionFont, &lfCaptionFont, sizeof(LOGFONTA));
                memcpy(&pncm->lfSmCaptionFont, &lfSmCaptionFont, sizeof(LOGFONTA));

#else
                memcpy(&pncm->lfMenuFont, &lfMenuFont, offsetof(LOGFONTA, lfFaceName));
                WCSTOMBS_S(pncm->lfMenuFont.lfFaceName, lfMenuFont.lfFaceName, _countof(pncm->lfMenuFont.lfFaceName));

                memcpy(&pncm->lfStatusFont, &lfStatusFont, offsetof(LOGFONTA, lfFaceName));
                WCSTOMBS_S(pncm->lfStatusFont.lfFaceName, lfStatusFont.lfFaceName, _countof(pncm->lfStatusFont.lfFaceName));

                memcpy(&pncm->lfCaptionFont, &lfCaptionFont, offsetof(LOGFONTA, lfFaceName));
                WCSTOMBS_S(pncm->lfCaptionFont.lfFaceName, lfCaptionFont.lfFaceName, _countof(pncm->lfCaptionFont.lfFaceName));

                memcpy(&pncm->lfSmCaptionFont, &lfSmCaptionFont, offsetof(LOGFONTA, lfFaceName));
                WCSTOMBS_S(pncm->lfSmCaptionFont.lfFaceName, lfSmCaptionFont.lfFaceName, _countof(pncm->lfSmCaptionFont.lfFaceName));
#endif
            }
        }
    }

    return bResult;
}

BOOL WINAPI CXTPSkinManagerApiHook::OnHookSystemParametersInfoW(UINT uiAction, UINT uiParam, PVOID pvParam, UINT fWinIni)
{
    XTP_SKINFRAMEWORK_MANAGE_STATE();

    CXTPSkinManagerApiFunction* pFunction = EnterHookedCall(xtpSkinApiSystemParametersInfoW);
    if (NULL == pFunction)
    {
        return FALSE;
    }

    typedef BOOL(WINAPI* LPFNSYSTEMPARAMETERSINFO)(UINT uiAction, UINT uiParam, PVOID pvParam, UINT fWinIni);
    BOOL bResult = ((LPFNSYSTEMPARAMETERSINFO)pFunction->m_pfnOrig)(uiAction, uiParam, pvParam, fWinIni);

    XTP_GUARD_SHARED_(CXTPSkinManager, XTPSkinManager(), pSkinManager)
    {
        if (!pSkinManager->IsEnabled() || pSkinManager->GetMetrics()->m_bRefreshMetrics)
            return bResult;

        if (!pSkinManager->HasApplyOptions(xtpSkinApplyMetrics | xtpSkinApplyColors | xtpSkinApplyFrame))
            return bResult;

        if (uiAction == SPI_GETICONTITLELOGFONT && uiParam == sizeof(LOGFONTW))
        {
#ifdef _UNICODE
            LOGFONTW* pLogFont = reinterpret_cast<LOGFONTW*>(pvParam);
            ASSERT(NULL != pLogFont);
#else
            LOGFONTA logFont;
            LOGFONTA* pLogFont = &logFont;
#endif

            XTP_GUARD_SHARED_(CXTPSkinManagerSchema, XTPSkinManager()->GetSchema(), pSchema)
            {
                UINT nSysMetrics = pSchema->GetClassCode(_T("SYSMETRICS"));

                pSchema->GetFontProperty(nSysMetrics, 0, 0, TMT_ICONTITLEFONT, *pLogFont);

#ifndef _UNICODE
                LOGFONTW* pLogFontW = reinterpret_cast<LOGFONTW*>(pvParam);
                ASSERT(NULL != pLogFontW);

                memcpy(pLogFontW, pLogFont, offsetof(LOGFONT, lfFaceName));
                MBSTOWCS_S(pLogFontW->lfFaceName, pLogFont->lfFaceName, _countof(pLogFontW->lfFaceName));
#endif
            }
        }

        if (uiAction == SPI_GETNONCLIENTMETRICS && uiParam == sizeof(NONCLIENTMETRICSW))
        {
            XTP_GUARD_SHARED_(CXTPSkinManagerSchema, XTPSkinManager()->GetSchema(), pSchema)
            {
                UINT nSysMetrics = pSchema->GetClassCode(_T("SYSMETRICS"));

                LOGFONT lfMenuFont, lfStatusFont, lfCaptionFont, lfSmCaptionFont;
                pSchema->GetFontProperty(nSysMetrics, 0, 0, TMT_MENUFONT, lfMenuFont);
                pSchema->GetFontProperty(nSysMetrics, 0, 0, TMT_STATUSFONT, lfStatusFont);
                pSchema->GetFontProperty(nSysMetrics, 0, 0, TMT_CAPTIONFONT, lfCaptionFont);
                pSchema->GetFontProperty(nSysMetrics, 0, 0, TMT_SMALLCAPTIONFONT, lfSmCaptionFont);

                NONCLIENTMETRICSW* pncm = reinterpret_cast<NONCLIENTMETRICSW*>(pvParam);
                ASSERT(NULL != pncm);

#ifdef _UNICODE
                memcpy(&pncm->lfMenuFont, &lfMenuFont, sizeof(LOGFONTW));
                memcpy(&pncm->lfStatusFont, &lfStatusFont, sizeof(LOGFONTW));
                memcpy(&pncm->lfCaptionFont, &lfCaptionFont, sizeof(LOGFONTW));
                memcpy(&pncm->lfSmCaptionFont, &lfSmCaptionFont, sizeof(LOGFONTW));

#else
                memcpy(&pncm->lfMenuFont, &lfMenuFont, offsetof(LOGFONTW, lfFaceName));
                MBSTOWCS_S(pncm->lfMenuFont.lfFaceName, lfMenuFont.lfFaceName, _countof(pncm->lfMenuFont.lfFaceName));

                memcpy(&pncm->lfStatusFont, &lfStatusFont, offsetof(LOGFONTW, lfFaceName));
                MBSTOWCS_S(pncm->lfStatusFont.lfFaceName, lfStatusFont.lfFaceName, _countof(pncm->lfStatusFont.lfFaceName));

                memcpy(&pncm->lfCaptionFont, &lfCaptionFont, offsetof(LOGFONTW, lfFaceName));
                MBSTOWCS_S(pncm->lfCaptionFont.lfFaceName, lfCaptionFont.lfFaceName, _countof(pncm->lfCaptionFont.lfFaceName));

                memcpy(&pncm->lfSmCaptionFont, &lfSmCaptionFont, offsetof(LOGFONTW, lfFaceName));
                MBSTOWCS_S(pncm->lfSmCaptionFont.lfFaceName, lfSmCaptionFont.lfFaceName, _countof(pncm->lfSmCaptionFont.lfFaceName));
#endif
            }
        }
    }

    return bResult;
}

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Thanks,

I'll try it and report my results later...
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Just tested it and it's ok now! Thumbs Up
I hope this will go soon into 18.3 release. We don't want to maintain XTP code changes and bug fixes.

Many thanks Oleksandr!
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Hello Martin,

Thank you for confirmation.
We are working on v18.3, I hope it will be released this month.

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Hello;
Have to re-open this post, because when window is maximized the caption is still clipped (see the descender of letters 'y' and 'g') :



Please fix it.

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Hi;

Still no solution? Cry
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Hi;

Tested it with v18.5. When window is not maximized it's ok, but maximized window has still clipped text.
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Hi;

Using v19.0, I still see the clipped titlebar text in maximized windows.
This is more than two years since I reported this issue. I created a support ticket in May 2017 but it is still not answered. This is not the support we expect to get as long term customers.

And once again a screenshot that shows the behaviour (but for what?):


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Hello Martin,

I've created test project with codejock 19.0 wizard in visual studio 2017.
In wizard I added ribbon and skin, was removed quick access toolbar and visual style.
Also in test project was added line
m_pRibbonBar->EnableFrameTheme();
I created project something like your https://www.mgs.co.at/cms/images/test/Engine7.jpg
and I checked all our skins. I can't to reproduce this problem.

Can you reproduce this bug with project that created with codejock wizard and your skin?

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I'll try to create a small sample.
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Also I've checked on Windows 8.1 - same result
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But in our case it's the same result in all skinned applications we created.
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You get clipped text in samples which was generated by codejock visual studio wizard and skins like Windows8/Windows10/Office 2007/Office 2010. And you do not use you skin. Right?
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What do you mean with 'And you do not use skin?'
The application contains a ribbon bar and is skinned with one of the office 2010 themes. It makes no difference which theme is used (black, white, blue), all of them show the same behaviour.
We can reporduce it with VS2008, VS2010, VS2017 on all machines in house (Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and corresponding Windows Server versions), but due to lack of time, we haven't tried your sample applications yet.
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Applications without a ribbon do not show this behaviour!
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Hello Martin,

Do you created and used in application your skin or our skin?

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Your skin
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