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    Re: prevent server busy, switch to retry?

    I can't find any App object. Are you talking about CWinApp. I can't find any such method there. Or are you talking about VB.
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    Re: mdi child form manipulation

    Have you tried CSplitterWnd.
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    Re: convert time_t to CString

    :lol:
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    Re: convert time_t to CString

    Skizmo,

    He said that he want's the number. Not a formatted one.
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    Re: Access violation

    I think it's got something to do with not initializing variables properly. Can you step through your code and find out. Set a break point inside OnDraw and find out what's the trouble.
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    Re: convert time_t to CString

    Since time_t is an unsigned int you can use CString member function Format for converting it.

    For eg:

    CString csTimeConv;
    csTimeConv.Format( _T( "%u", tYour_time_t );
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    Re: WM_NCCALCSIZE and WM_PAINT issue

    Any body who can help
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    WM_NCCALCSIZE and WM_PAINT issue

    I am creating a custom control.

    Well the first one is about WM_NCCALCSIZE: It doesn't get called.

    I used SetWindowPos in WM_NCPAINT but this looks scratchy. Now background doesn't get...
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    Re: detecting drag-drop from explorer

    You've got to use Hooks.

    SetWindowsHookEx(...) will help you a lot.
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    Re: Working with registry functions

    Modify the above to this...

    RegCreateKeyEx (HKEY_CURRENT_USER, Path, 0, NULL, 0, KEY_SET_VALUE, NULL, &hKey, lpdwDisp)

    Take a look in MSDN for further details...
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    Re: Dialog Flickers

    Adding these styles could also help you...

    WS_CLIPSIBLINGS, WS_CLIPCHILDREN.
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    Re: Dialog Flickers

    What is this picture box in your application. Is it a CWnd object. If it is then do handle WM_ERASEBKGND for this particular picture box too.
  13. Re: MFC : Make a bitmap with a transparant color

    You can search Code project or Code guru to find out.

    www.codeproject.com
  14. Re: MFC : Make a bitmap with a transparant color

    There is already a TransparentBlt function.
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    Re: displaying bitmap

    pDC->BitBlt(50, 50, bm.bmWidth, bm.bmHeight, &memDC, 0, 0, SRCCOPY);
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    Re: MFC Appwizard Question

    AFAIK no way out buddy. You are in for it.
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    Re: Menu Item Height

    This means you are not handling measure item properly. That's the only cause.
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    Re: Legacy BC5 resource files in VS 2005

    Try ##
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    Re: Menu Item Height

    What do you mean by this...
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    Re: Weird Flow of application

    Can you post the code.
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    Re: set bitmap as background wallpaper

    You can type in of course.

    ON_WM_ERASEBKGND

    BOOL CMyDlg::OnEraseBkgnd(CDC* pDC)
    {
    CRect rc;
    GetClientRect(&rc);
    pDC->FillSolidRect(rc, RGB(255,120,100));
    return TRUE;
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    Re: windows message question

    Did you provide a handler for catching WM_RBUTTONDOWN
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    Re: set bitmap as background wallpaper

    You are wrong.
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    Re: Link Errors When Preprocessor is Used

    No _XX_ is not defined if it was it would have compiled. You are doing something wrong.
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    Re: windows message question

    WM_RBUTTONDOWN causes WM_CONTEXTMENU to be fired. So in spy++ you will see WM_RBUTTONDOWN first and WM_CONTEXTMENU below it.
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