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NT: PrnDrv BRUSHOBJ / BRUSHOBJ_pvGetRBrush

OSR_Community_UserOSR_Community_User Member Posts: 110,217
The NT DDK Help / Reference for BRUSHOBJ clearly states

If the iSolidColor member is 0xFFFFFFFF **or** the pvRbrush member is null, the driver must call the BRUSHOBJ_pvGetRbrush function to realize the brush

(my emphasis on the **or**)

The NT DDK Help / Reference for BRUSHOBJ_pvGetRBrush clearly states

BRUSHOBJ_pvGetRbrush is called when the brush is a pattern brush that has not yet been realized; that is, it is called when the iSolidColor member of the BRUSHOBJ structure is 0xFFFFFFFF **and** the pvRbrush member is null.

(my emphasis on the **and**)

If I AND, then colors come across wrong (mostly black). If I OR, then I get a BSOFD in between my call to BRUSHOBJ_pvGetRbrush and the GDIs call to DrvRealizeBrush (yes, Virginia, pbo has been confirmed to be non-NULL).

Anybody have any suggestions / ideas, etc.?

TIA!

Steve
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