Chapter 18. Common Controls

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The Messaging Subsystem

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Common Controls

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PowerBuilder External Visual Objects

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Each new version of the Windows operating system always brings several enhancements to the graphical user interface (GUI), including new controls. Some of these newer controls are often introduced in upgrades of Internet Explorer. As a result, it becomes difficult for a development tool such as PowerBuilder to offer immediate ...

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