Microsoft Windows CE 3.0  

Types of Palette Entries in Windowed Mode

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Unlike full-screen exclusive mode applications, windowed applications must share the desktop palette with other applications. This imposes several restrictions on which palette entries you can safely modify and how you can modify them. The PALETTEENTRYstructure you use when working with DirectDrawPalette objects and GDI contains a peFlagsmember to carry information that describes how the system should interpret the PALETTEENTRYstructure.

The peFlagsmember describes three types of palette entries, discussed in this topic: