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TBM_SETTICFREQ Overview  Group

The TBM_SETTICFREQ message sets the interval frequency for tick marks in a trackbar. For example, if the frequency is set to two, a tick mark is displayed for every other increment in the trackbar’s range. The default setting for the frequency is one; that is, every increment in the range is associated with a tick mark.

TBM_SETTICFREQ 

wParam = (WPARAM) wFreq; 

lParam = (LPARAM) 0; 

 

Parameters

wFreq
Frequency of the tick marks.

Return Values

No return value.

Remarks

The trackbar must have the TBS_AUTOTICKS style to use this message.


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