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    Posted: 27 November 2017 at 5:09am
AX CodeJock 18.2.0 versions (or other before) Visual Studio 6 or Visual Studio 2017

Pane title with icon (Visual Studio 2015 Light)


Pane title with icon (Microsoft Office 2016 DarkGray)


This is themes bug or my mistake?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote rdhd Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 November 2017 at 1:41pm
After pulling 18.0.1 we found some dialogs we had that used a ribbon had a similar looking bug. The tab region where we had a single tab displayed black in the entire area to the right of the tab. We were calling EnableFrameTheme(FALSE). I change to send in TRUE and it "fixed" the issue. But of course, the entire look of the dialog changed to boot.
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This dialog placed on the floating pane (DockingPane Object). See the icon on title bar. Title text putting under icon with all Visual Studio 2015 themes and putting correcttly with other themes. Property ...Options.ThemedFloatingFrames set to True.
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Hello Vycheslav,

Thank you for information. I have solved this issue. Fix will be available in next release.
Problem was in drawing order in method CXTPDockingPaneVisualStudio2015Theme::DrawTitleBar
The same issue in VS2012 theme (CXTPDockingPaneVisualStudio2012Theme::DrawTitleBar)
// old version
void CXTPDockingPaneVisualStudio2015Theme::DrawTitleBar(CDC *pDC, CXTPDockingPaneBase *pPane, CRect rcCaption, BOOL bVertical)
{
......

    pDC->SetTextColor(pColorSet->m_clrText);
    int nWidth = DrawCaptionText(pDC, pPane->GetTitle(), rcCaption, bVertical, TRUE);

    if (NULL == hCustomBrush)
    {
        CRect rcGripper(rcCaption);

        if (bVertical)
        {
            rcGripper.top += nWidth + XTP_DPI_Y(5);
            rcGripper.left += ((rcCaption.Width() - XTP_DPI_X(5)) / 2);
        }
        else
        {
            rcGripper.top += ((rcCaption.Height() - XTP_DPI_Y(5)) / 2);
            rcGripper.left += nWidth + XTP_DPI_X(5);
        }

        DrawGripper(pDC, rcGripper, pColorSet->m_clrGripper, bVertical);
    }

    DrawCaptionIcon(pDC, pPane, rcCaption, bVertical);
    DrawCaptionButtons(pDC, pPane->GetCaptionButtons(), rcCaption, pColorSet->m_clrText, XTP_DPI_X(16), 0, bVertical);
}

// fixed version
void CXTPDockingPaneVisualStudio2015Theme::DrawTitleBar(CDC *pDC, CXTPDockingPaneBase *pPane, CRect rcCaption, BOOL bVertical)
{
......

    DrawCaptionIcon(pDC, pPane, rcCaption, bVertical);
    
    pDC->SetTextColor(pColorSet->m_clrText);
    int nWidth = DrawCaptionText(pDC, pPane->GetTitle(), rcCaption, bVertical, TRUE);

    DrawCaptionButtons(pDC, pPane->GetCaptionButtons(), rcCaption, pColorSet->m_clrText, XTP_DPI_X(16), 0, bVertical);
    
    if (NULL == hCustomBrush)
    {
        CRect rcGripper(rcCaption);

        if (bVertical)
        {
            rcGripper.top += nWidth + XTP_DPI_Y(5);
            rcGripper.left += ((rcCaption.Width() - XTP_DPI_X(5)) / 2);
        }
        else
        {
            rcGripper.top += ((rcCaption.Height() - XTP_DPI_Y(5)) / 2);
            rcGripper.left += nWidth + XTP_DPI_X(5);
        }

        DrawGripper(pDC, rcGripper, pColorSet->m_clrGripper, bVertical);
    }
}

Regards,
 Oleksandr Lebed
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