I am using a WPF application with a display OCX.
I’ve added a in a grid:
<WindowsFormsHost> <local:CvbDisplay x:Name="cvDisplay" BackColor="Window"/> </WindowsFormsHost> <Button Content="Test" Height="50" Width="50"/>
When I do that, it is impossible with WPF to see a button (in execution mode) that has been added on the dispay (in the xaml code).
I have seen in C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\assembly\GAC_MSIL\Stemmer.Cvb.Wpf\v4.0_188.8.131.52__865233c490b278f9\Stemmer.Cvb.Wpf.dll that stemmer a desinged a WPF display control that corrects that effect.
My problem is that we have done a c++ OCX edxDisplay based on “CCVdisplay m_Display;” (it interceps also events from cvdisplay). That OCX has its own overlays management adapted to our use.
So we have the same problem with edxdisplay.ocx that there is with cvdisplay.ocx: impossible with WPF to see a button placed on the display.
My question are: if a specific display for WPF designed in Stemmer.Cvb.Wpf.dll solves that effects. How have you done to implement cvdisplay.ocx in Stemmer.Cvb.Wpf.dll to solve the problem? Do you have details?
I will need to do the same with my edxdisplay.ocx (based on cvdisplay).
Thanks in advance,