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MenuHasGradient(MenuPart), BYTE

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MenuPart A BYTE value representing a specific area of the menu. There are a series of internal equates available to easily identify these elements:
MenuBrushes:NormalBkgnd EQUATE(1) !Normal Background
MenuBrushes:SelectedBkgnd EQUATE(2) !Selected Background
MenuBrushes:HotBkgnd EQUATE(3) !Hot Background
MenuBrushes:ImageBkgnd EQUATE(4) !Image Background
MenuBrushes:NormalBarBkgnd EQUATE(5) !Normal Select Bar Background
MenuBrushes:SelectedBarBkgnd EQUATE(6) !Selected Bar Background
MenuBrushes:GrayBrush EQUATE(7) !Gray Brush
MenuBrushes:FrameBrush EQUATE(8) !Frame Brush

The MenuHasGradient method is used to detect if a gradient color is applied to a specified target MenuPart. If the method returns TRUE, a gradient color is currently in use.

Implementation:

This method is currently not implemented by the MenuClassManager object, but is available to the developer if manual processing of any MENUBAR is preferred.

Return Data Type:     BYTE

See Also:     SetColor ( specify color for menu part )

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