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CPLINFO info

The CPLINFO structure contains resource information and an application-defined value for a dialog box supported by a Control Panel application. The CPlApplet function of the Control Panel application returns this information to the Control Panel in response to a CPL_INQUIRE message.

typedef struct tagCPLINFO { // cpli 

    int  idIcon; 

    int  idName; 

    int  idInfo; 

    LONG lData; 

} CPLINFO; 

 

Members

idIcon
Specifies the resource identifier of the icon that represents the dialog box.
idName
Specifies the resource identifier of the string containing the short name for the dialog box. This name is intended to be displayed below the icon.
idInfo
Specifies the resource identifier of the string containing the description for the dialog box. The description is the descriptive string that is intended to be displayed when the application icon is selected.
lData
Specifies data defined by the application. When the Control Panel sends the CPL_DBLCLK and CPL_STOP messages, it passes this value back to your application.

Remarks

If the icon or display strings of the dialog box can change based on the state of the computer, you can specify the CPL_DYNAMIC_RES value for the idIcon, idName, or idInfo members rather than specifying a valid resource identifier. This causes the Control Panel to send the CPL_NEWINQUIRE message each time it needs the icon and display strings. By processing CPL_NEWINQUIRE, you can specify information based on the current state of the computer. Using this technique is significantly slower, however, because the Control Panel needs to load your application each time it sends the CPL_NEWINQUIRE message.

See Also

CPL_DBLCLK, CPL_INQUIRE, CPL_NEWINQUIRE, CPL_STOP, CPlApplet 


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