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Sorry for answering so late but I had some more problems.
I solved this way: I created a thread in the main QT application and loaded the mfc library with the main window as modal.
Can you better explain what does this mean please?
I think you can't help me without knowing QTs, however QT is a developer framework to design GUIs. It is cross-platform so you can have the same gui-feel on every os.
My application uses QT to render its interface but I recently encountered a big problem: my application loads a modeless dialog from an external mfc dll; because of mfc architecture...
April 24th, 2008 11:30 AM
Hi guys, does someone know how to hide or prevent the use of the popup menu that come up when the user click a dialog title icon?
I am searching for a way to do that, for better understanding my...
April 11th, 2008 07:12 AM
Simple problem (simple to explain.. don't know how to solve :P):
two child windows inside a parent, one normal, one with wndTopMost set
When I pass the mouse over the normal child's...
April 10th, 2008 02:46 PM
Thanks so much to everyone, problem solved.
This inclusion system is called: "Forward Declarations" and lets two classes perform a "reciprocal inclusion"
Notice that the pointer to...
April 10th, 2008 11:48 AM
Here are the two include files:
class CPropListBoxDlg; <- THIS SHOULD TELL THE COMPILER A...
April 10th, 2008 11:41 AM
I searched a little and I found I am trying to include B.h into A.h and A.h into B.h and this is not possible, this mechanism seems to be called "Header Guard"
Using the #define symbols should...
April 10th, 2008 11:11 AM
No success, same errors :(
April 10th, 2008 09:24 AM
the .h file of the control subclassed from CTabCtrl
And the error of IDD_MY_DIALOG undefined (that is NOT true, if i remove that include the compiling process goes okay) from the .h file of...
April 10th, 2008 08:08 AM
Here's an example of what I am trying to do:
#include "MyDialog.h" <- only including this causes me to have a LOT of weird errors
class CTabClass : public CTabCtrl...
April 10th, 2008 07:40 AM
I am not very pratical with classes interaction and I would like to know why if I declare a CDialog member variable into my subclassed control's class, visual studio gives weird errors like error...
Thanks very much Marc, I think i've found a solution :D
I have not an error this time, but I need a suggestion
I need to create a properties list, each with a combo box or an edit box besides its description label, as the form properties in visual...
You're both right, the CWnd value of pParent was right, but pParent->m_hWnd was null (i was calling the child creation before the parent was created) and there was the WS_DLGFRAME style
First member is extended style, and pParent->m_hWnd is a valid handle to parent
I am a newbie with CWnd classes and I would like to know how I can implement a little child window inside another one using the CWnd class (I don't want the resource template)
You dismiss the modal dialog and the execution continues.. right..
but CheckRadioButton sends a BM_SETCHECK for the item you want to be checked, right?
So every time you call it you are...
Last post wasn't clear enough.
I need to paint the background of a CStatic control created dynamically this way:
Maybe you cannot debug it because it is packed?
An Exe-packer (like upx, execryptor or similar) is usually used to reduce exe's size and to prevent it from disassembling
If you wanna continue...
Here we are again with my stupid questions.. but I searched google, I searched this forum and could not find a solution.
I usually am able to use controls subclassing, but this time I can't get it...
March 30th, 2008 03:47 PM
That's the font height. Not the average height. And i need the avg width too. And I need then to call a MapDialogRect to size a rect properly.
March 29th, 2008 02:05 PM
I didn't post the solution because imho is an horrible solution and sincerely I think someone more skilled could do better.
But if someone wanna get it work without care of the method, you're...
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