Not sure if there’s a solution for this, as I already see that other companies just open the window in a new window. So the original plugin can’t just attach to the bridged (new process) window.
Maybe there’s a way to do a quick screenshot of a window that is open somewhere or windows doesn’t have such thing?
Anyway, just wondering. Maybe there’s a new solution lying around.
In case you don’t know what I’m talking about: I created a 32 bits to 64 bits bridge plugin manager. When you load the 64 bits plugin it creates a new process and call a 32 bits app that will host the desired 32 bits plugin. But now the problem is that the plugin’s editor window is in a separated process from the original 64 bits plugin.