C language function:DwmFlush sample codes

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TITLE : w32 - GoDoc
* func DwmFlush() HRESULT.......
http://godoc.org/github.com/AllenDang/w32


TITLE : w32 - GoDoc
func DwmFlush() HRESULT.......
http://godoc.org/github.com/AllenDang/w32
TITLE : DwmFlush function (Windows)
HRESULT WINAPI DwmFlush(void);.......
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/dd389405(v=vs.85).aspx
TITLE : windows - Hook to Win32 API event to get notified when Desktop fully loads - Stack Overflow
@JakeHeidt DwmFlush() from DWM API worked beautifully for this case. ? armanali Nov 20 '14 at 20:27.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26743701/hook-to-win32-api-event-to-get-notified-when-desktop-fully-loads
TITLE : windows - Hook to Win32 API event to get notified when Desktop fully loads - Stack Overflow
Found a much, much simpler solution. A call to to DwmFlush(). The function is part of Windows DWM api........
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26743701/hook-to-win32-api-event-to-get-notified-when-desktop-fully-loads
TITLE : windows - Hook to Win32 API event to get notified when Desktop fully loads - Stack Overflow
HRESULT hr = DwmFlush();.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26743701/hook-to-win32-api-event-to-get-notified-when-desktop-fully-loads
TITLE : opengl - glfwSwapBuffers() and vertical refresh on Windows - Stack Overflow
I think your issue has solved itself by a strange coincidence in timing. This commit has been added to GLFW's master branch just a few days ago, and it is removing the GLFW_USE_DWM_SWAP_INTERVAL because they are now using DWM's DWMFlush() API to do the syncing when DWM is in use. The changelog for this commit includes:.......
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/30437756/glfwswapbuffers-and-vertical-refresh-on-windows
TITLE : VSYNC in Firefox 50.0.2 under Windows is broken
CAUSE: Firefox uses DwmFlush() to synchronize to 'vsync' on Windows -- but DwmFlush() returns milliseconds AFTER vsync (after the OS composites), not on vsync. This is very easy to see:.......
http://www.vsynctester.com/firefoxisbroken.html
TITLE : VSYNC in Firefox 50.0.2 under Windows is broken
: dwmFlush() // BUG: waking up late causes algorithm failure.......
http://www.vsynctester.com/firefoxisbroken.html
TITLE : VSYNC in Firefox 50.0.2 under Windows is broken
BUG #2 -- Firefox does NOT actually wake up on VSYNC - because it uses DwmFlush() to synchronize to vsync: Looking at Firefox source code, it becomes clear that Firefox is internally using DwmFlush() in a loop in line 1870, as a means of synchronizing to VSYNC under Windows. But that is a huge problem because DwmFlush() wakes up after VSYNC (not on VSYNC), sometimes way after VSYNC........
http://www.vsynctester.com/firefoxisbroken.html
TITLE : VSYNC in Firefox 50.0.2 under Windows is broken
What is happening is that on a system with NO load, DwmFlush() wakes up 0.5-2 ms past VSYNC. Under mild system load DwmFlush() wakes up 2-4 ms past VSYNC. And under a heavier system load, DwmFlush() wakes up 4+ ms past VSYNC. This behavior makes DwmFlush() useless as a means to synchronize to VSYNC (source)........
http://www.vsynctester.com/firefoxisbroken.html
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