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    Re: Scope- Public v Protected (Private)

    Disch

    I figured it out the other day, I feel very stupid.... basics! Terrain is a global pointer but I set it to point to an object that is created locally, hence it becomes a bad ptr once the...
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    Scope- Public v Protected (Private)

    I am more after education here rather than solving the issue, because this flies against my understanding of public and protected (and private), or I am missing a nuanced problem here. Either way I...
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    Re: SetWindowPos v CREATESTRUCT

    I have now tried on numerous different Application set-ups and the only set-up that seems to allow sizing and position through CREATESTRUCT is when User Interface Features - Use Classic Menus is...
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    SetWindowPos v CREATESTRUCT

    Ladies and gentleman

    This is really just for education on the nuances of MFC.

    I was playing around with creating windows of different sizes and positions. Although I can achieve this with...
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    Re: Corrupted Status Window Message

    Double education, thank you. Hadn't noted the different configuration between debug and release, and you queued me to look at the implication of Unicode. I also changed char* to wchar_t* which is...
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    Corrupted Status Window Message

    When I repeatedly running the following code in VS10 debug mode, it behaves as I would expect. Right-clicking executes the expected code and the message in the status bar cycles correctly through the...
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