DXGK_POINTERFLAGS
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DXGK_POINTERFLAGS structure

The DXGK_POINTERFLAGS structure identifies mouse pointer capabilities of the display miniport driver that the driver provides through a call to its DxgkDdiQueryAdapterInfo function.

Syntax


typedef struct _DXGK_POINTERFLAGS {
  union {
    struct {
      UINT Monochrome  :1;
      UINT Color  :1;
      UINT MaskedColor  :1;
      UINT Reserved  :29;
    };
    UINT Value;
  };
} DXGK_POINTERFLAGS;

Members

Monochrome

A UINT value that specifies whether the mouse pointer can display in monochrome. Setting this member is equivalent to setting the first bit of the 32-bit Value member (0x00000001).

Color

A UINT value that specifies whether the mouse pointer can display in color and with transparency (alpha). Setting this member is equivalent to setting the second bit of the 32-bit Value member (0x00000002).

MaskedColor

A UINT value that specifies whether the mouse pointer can display in color and with a mask value in the transparency (alpha) bits. Setting this member is equivalent to setting the third bit of the 32-bit Value member (0x00000004).

Reserved

This member is reserved and should be set to zero. Setting this member to zero is equivalent to setting the remaining 29 bits (0xFFFFFFF8) of the 32-bit Value member to zeros.

Value

A member in the union that DXGK_POINTERFLAGS contains that can hold a 32-bit value that identifies mouse pointer capabilities.

Remarks

The display miniport driver can specify mouse pointer capabilities by setting bits in the 32-bit Value member or by setting individual members of the structure in the union that DXGK_POINTERFLAGS contains.

The driver always specifies a color mouse pointer by using a A8R8G8B8 pixel format.

Requirements

Version

Available in Windows Vista and later versions of the Windows operating systems.

Header

D3dkmddi.h (include D3dkmddi.h)

See also

DXGK_DRIVERCAPS
DXGKARG_QUERYADAPTERINFO
DxgkDdiQueryAdapterInfo

 

 

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