An application calls this function to set pen-specific properties that apply
globally to the application. This function replaces and enhances the RegisterPenApp
function from version 1.0 of Pen Windows.
SetPenAppFlags( UINT fuFlags, UINT uVersion )
Flags specifying application options. The following flags can be combined by
using the bitwise-OR operator:
||Specifies that the system should treat any EDIT-class controls in the
application as having HEDIT class.
||Boxed edit controls are a fixed size appropriate for use with kanji. (Japanese
||By default, double-byte equivalents of single-byte characters (as used in
Japan) are preferred in recognition results.
||By default, single-byte characters are preferred in recognition results.
(Japanese version only.)
||Specifies default pen behavior for the application. This includes RPA_HEDIT.
The Pen API version number. The nonzero value PENVER causes the application to
be registered with Windows. A value of 0 unregisters the application.
This function does not return a value.
SetPenAppFlags should be called when an application starts with PENVER for the uVersion
parameter. PENVER is the Pen API version number, defined in PENWIN.H.
PENVER ensures that the structures used are appropriate for the version of the
Pen API for which the application was compiled. In version 1.0, uVersion
was a BOOL value, so by default the version number was 0x0001. Beginning with
Pen API version 2.0, PENVER contains the major release number in the HIBYTE
and the minor release number in the LOBYTE. Thus, for version 2.0, PENVER is
defined as 0x0200.
When an application terminates, it should call SetPenAppFlags
set to 0. An application can unregister itself in this way more than once
without error to accommodate alternative exit code paths.
An application can call GetPenAppFlags
to determine which flags were set by an earlier call to SetPenAppFlags
. However, normally only the system requires this information.
Applications written specifically for Windows 95 and later Windows versions
automatically get RPA_DEFAULT so that any edit controls created by such
applications become pen-aware.
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