ADDBORDERDLGPARAMS

typedef struct _ADDBORDERDLGPARAMS 
{ 
   L_UINT uStructSize ; 
   pBITMAPHANDLE pBitmap ; 
   L_BOOL bZoomToFit ; 
   L_INT nTileBitmapIndex ; 
   LPDLGBITMAPLIST pBitmapList ; 
   L_INT nLeftThickness; 
   L_INT nTopThickness; 
   L_INT nRightThickness; 
   L_INT nBottomThickness; 
   L_INT nLocation; 
   L_INT nStyle; 
   L_INT nEffectStyle; 
   L_INT nGradientStyle; 
   COLORREF crOpaque; 
   COLORREF crGradientStart; 
   COLORREF crGradientEnd; 
   L_INT nCurveIntensity; 
   L_BOOL bSoftCurve; 
   L_BOOL bShadow; 
   L_INT nShadowSize; 
   L_INT nShadowDirection; 
   L_BOOL bBumpyShadow; 
   L_UINT32 uDlgFlags ; 
   LTCOMMDLGHELPCB pfnHelpCallback ; 
   L_VOID  *pHelpCallBackUserData ; 
} ADDBORDERDLGPARAMS, * LPADDBORDERDLGPARAMS; 

The ADDBORDERDLGPARAMS structure provides information used to initialize the dialog box created by the LDialogImage::DoModalAddBorder function. After the user closes the dialog box, this structure is updated with information about the user's selections.

Member Description
uStructSize Size of this structure, in bytes. Use the sizeof operator to calculate this value.
pBitmap Ignored.
bZoomToFit Flag that indicates the initial zoom level for previewing the image. Possible values are:
  Value Meaning
  TRUE Set the initial zoom level to "Zoom to fit".
  FALSE Set the initial zoom level to "Normal (1:1)".
nTileBitmapIndex Index of tile bitmap to use from the image picker. This is an index into the pBitmapList member.
  Set this before calling LDialogImage::DoModalAddBorder to indicate the initial value for the image picker. This value will be updated to the tile image selected in the image picker.
pBitmapList Pointer to a DLGBITMAPLIST structure that is used to initialize the image picker in the dialog. The pszDescription member of the DLGBITMAPLIST structure will be used as a tool tip for each image in the image picker when the mouse hovers over it.
nLeftThickness The thickness of the left side of the border in pixels. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This value will be updated with the value entered in the Left Margin box in the dialog.
nTopThickness The thickness of the top side of the border in pixels. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This value will be updated with the value entered in the Top Margin box in the dialog.
nRightThickness The thickness of the right side of the border in pixels. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This value will be updated with the value entered in the Right Margin box in the dialog.
nBottomThickness The thickness of the bottom side of the border in pixels. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This value will be updated with the value entered in the Bottom Margin box in the dialog.
nLocation Flag that indicates the position of the border. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This value will be updated with Placement combo box in the dialog. Possible values are:
  Value Meaning
  BORDER_INSIDE [0] The border will be within the bitmap. This is the default.
  BORDER_OUTSIDE [1] The border will be outside the bitmap.
nStyle Flag that indicates the style of the border. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This value will be updated with the value entered in the Border Style combo box in the dialog. Possible values are:
  Value Meaning
  BORDER_STYLE_TRANSPARENT [0] The border is transparent. Therefore, the bitmap itself shows through as the border. This is the default.
  BORDER_STYLE_OPAQUE [1] Use a single color to create the border. The color used is crGradientStart.
  BORDER_STYLE_GRADIENT [2] The border contains a color gradient from crGradientStart to crGradientEnd.
  BORDER_STYLE_TILES [3] The border is taken from the bitmap at the nTileBitmapIndex position in the pBitmapList list.
nEffectStyle Flag that indicates the change in the appearance of the border. By default there are no changes. The change also depends on the value of nCurveIntesity. If nCurveIntensity is zero, there are no changes. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This value will be updated with the value entered in the Effect Style combo box in the dialog. Possible values are:
  Value Meaning
  BORDER_EFFECT_CURVEDIN [1] Add a 3D appearance to the border by adding a high intensity color to the inner side of the border and a lower intensity color to the outer side of the border.
  BORDER_EFFECT_CURVEDOUT [2] Add a 3D appearance to the border by adding a high intensity color to the outer side of the border and a lower intensity color to the inner side of the border.
  BORDER_EFFECT_RAISED [3] Add a curved appearance to the border.
nGradientStyle Flag that indicates the gradient style. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This member will be updated with the value entered in the Direction combo box in the dialog. Possible values are:
  Value Meaning
  BORDER_GRAD_INSIDEOUT [0] The gradient starts from the inside of the border and progresses toward the outside of the border. This is the default.
  BORDER_GRAD_CENTEROUT [1] The gradient starts from the center of the border and progresses toward both the inside and outside of the border.
  BORDER_GRAD_CORNEROUT [2] The gradient starts from the corners of the border.
crOpaque The COLORREF value that specifies the color to use when nStyle is BORDER_STYLE_OPAQUE. When calling LBitmap::AddBorder, use this member for the crGradientStart member of the ADDBORDERINFO structure if nStyle is BORDER_STYLE_OPAQUE. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This member will be updated with the color selected in the dialog.
crGradientStart The COLORREF value that specifies the gradient starting color to use when nStyle is BORDER_STYLE_GRADIENT. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This member will be updated with the color selected in the dialog.
crGradientEnd The COLORREF value that specifies the gradient ending color to use when nStyle is BORDER_STYLE_GRADIENT. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This member will be updated with the color selected in the dialog.
nCurveIntensity Value that indicates the degree to which to change the appearance of the border.
  Valid range is from 0 to 1000. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This member will be updated from the Intensity box in the dialog.
bSoftCurve Flag that indicates whether to give the border a soft curve appearance. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This member will be updated based on whether the Smooth check box in the dialog is checked or cleared. Possible values are:
  Value Meaning
  TRUE Make the border more homogeneous in intensity, giving the appearance of a smoother curve.
  FALSE Do not make the border more homogeneous in intensity.
bShadow Flag that indicates whether to add a shadow to the border. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This member will be updated based on whether the Use Shadows check box in the dialog is checked or cleared. Possible values are:
  Value Meaning
  TRUE Add a shadow to the border.
  FALSE Do not add a shadow to the border.
nShadowSize Value that indicates the width of the shadow, in pixels. This value is used only when bShadow is set to TRUE. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This member will be updated with the value entered in the Shadows Size box in the dialog.
nShadowDirection Flag that indicates the direction of the shadow. This value is used only when bShadow is set to TRUE. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. This member will be updated with the value entered in the Shadows Placement combo box in the dialog. Possible values are:
  Value Meaning
  BORDER_SHADOW_LEFT [0] The shadow is on the left top side of the image. This is the default.
  BORDER_SHADOW_RIGHT [1] The shadow is on the right bottom side of the image.
  BORDER_SHADOW_SURROUND [2] The shadow surrounds the border.
bBumpyShadow Flag that indicates whether to increase the intensity near the far edge of the shadow. This member will be updated based on the Shadows Placement combo box in the dialog and is only used when bShadow is set to TRUE. Set this to indicate the initial value for the dialog. Possible values are:
  Value Meaning
  TRUE Increase the intensity near the far edge of the shadow.
  FALSE Do not increase the intensity near the far edge of the shadow.
uDlgFlags User interface flags for this dialog, which determine the layout and action of the dialog. Possible values are:
  Value Meaning
  DLG_ADDBORDER_SHOW_CONTEXTHELP [0x00000002] Dialog should contain a context sensitive help icon.
  DLG_ADDBORDER_SHOW_APPLY [0x00000080] Show the Apply button in the dialog. The dialog will not apply any effect unless the user presses the Apply button.
pfnHelpCallback Ignored.
pHelpCallBackUserData Ignored.
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