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How to draw editable controls on Windows Vista Glass Frame?

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I have a form that is set completely transparent with DwmExtendFrameIntoClientArea API, the issue am facing is when i have editable controls (ComboBox) on the forum the editable part goes transparent the text on the ComboBox is no more visible, i found a solution for the same issue at the following link  http://weblogs.asp.net/kennykerr/archive/2006/08.aspx However it doesnt works, and i read somthing on another web that this soultoin will not work on RC1, or i might be missing some thing, Any help or reference to resolve the issue in C# would be appreciated,   Regards Vallarasu S.

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