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> Date: Tue, 25 Jun 91 14:37:00 CDT
> From: David Neves <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> In CLIM 1.0.
> I would like to have bitmapped buttons.
> Suppose I had some Lisp code to put up a bitmap. I would now like to have
> CLIM know that this bitmap is on the screen so that I could define a
> presentation-to-command translator. How can I do this?
>In general, anything you can draw can be a presentation. Surround the
>code which does the output with WITH-OUTPUT-AS-PRESENTATION.
> (with-output-as-presentation (:stream window :object 'button :type 'my-button)
> (render-button window))
>where RENDER-BUTTON actually does the drawing you want.
I don't think this can be true because CLIM does not know the primitives
that I am using to draw the bitmap (I am using some Windows 3.0 calls).
With-output-as-presentation should only work with accepted drawing
primitives shouldn't it? My guess is that I have to get CLIM to know about
the bitmap -- its position, extent, and how it can be reproduced (in case
- Re: bitmaps
- From: Richard Lamson <email@example.com>
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