On Topic: Alright here's the situation. I have a GUI that I've embedded into another window, by using
DllCall("SetParent", "ptr", hChild1, "ptr", hParent)in order to make it seem like the GUI is a natural part of the parent window.
Unfortunately, the GUI has buttons that have tooltips, and these tooltips will only display if the GUI, not the parent window, has focus. Is there a clean way to bring the GUI into focus when it is moused over, but only if the parent window is active? I suppose I could do it with something like a SetTimer loop that constantly checks the mouse position, I'm just wondering if there is a solution smoother then that. Alternatively, if there is a way for the buttons (they are toolbar buttons from Pulover's toolbar library) to show their tooltips when the parent window has focus, that would work, too.