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 From:  Michael Gibson
193.5 In reply to 193.4 
> 'm used to the standard Windows method of ghosting to indicate whether a control is active/available.

Yeah, some things are a bit confusing because I've kind of ignored a lot of the standard Windows methods... But it's more fun to break the rules! :)

I had thought a little bit about doing ghosting to indicate the off state there, but I was afraid that it might be interpreted that the button was disabled, which might also prevent someone from clicking on it. Sometimes in regular Windows controls ghosting also means that a button does not apply to the current context and can't be clicked..

Anyway, I'm glad it's resolved for you!

- Michael