Original date:2019-05-24 15:35:02 Edited by: irv Subject: Re: tiny little question about win32lib

GTK has a way to draw graphics (or controls) on an invisible offscreen window, which won't be affected when your program's window is moved or obscured. Then it's a matter of responding to the correct signals that happen when the window (or part of it) is un-obscured, or when the contents of the offscreen change. You "just" copy the contents to the read window.

I can say that, because I believe the GTK documentation. As for doing it myself - I'm just starting to figure it out. Might take a while.

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