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ryan218917-Nov-11 10:38
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Hi,

I'm trying to create a Windows application that needs to do the following:

-The application is comprised of only one dialog window that will render a bitmap.
-I would like this bitmap to be a screen capture of exactly what lies behind my window. If I were to move the app window, the bitmap content would update according to what new content is behind it. In some sense the window would look like a hollow frame, although the content inside it would be altered somewhat.

I know that there are transparent window API's, and while that would let me "see" what lies behind, it wouldn't actually provide the copy of the pixels that I need to manipulate.

I'm pretty sure have that Windows keeps track of the non-active desktop space, including what lies behind the active window. Does anyone know of an API call or a method that would allow me to get at this?

Anyone's help is appreciated. Thanks!
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