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  1. Re: Problem Reading/Writing Registry in Windows 7?

    I did check my app in my Windows 7 machine and didn't have any problems with the GetProfileXxxx() and WriteProfileXxxx () Registry access calls. So like a moron I assumed that everything was OK.
    ...
  2. Problem Reading/Writing Registry in Windows 7?

    This may be in the wrong forum but here goes.

    I have a 32-bit application that I've been maintaining for about 12 years and it runs on every Windows platform up to Windows 7. In all that time...
  3. Re: Migrating VC++ 6.0 to a newer Visual Studio

    I read the article and I'm not going to move to TFS. Since I'm the only one that works on my projects VSS works just fine.

    Mike
  4. Re: Migrating VC++ 6.0 to a newer Visual Studio

    Actually, it not necessarily updating my VC++ 6.0 to a newer Visual Studio. That's really only a small part. The biggest thing is that in a year or so WinXP will become unsupported by MS. And from...
  5. Re: Migrating VC++ 6.0 to a newer Visual Studio

    [QUOTE=cilu;2086135]4. Sure. Just don't use APIs that require newer builds. BTW, VS2010 requires minimum Vista, though and some later update will enable support for WinXP SP3.

    7. Yes, it does, but...
  6. Re: Migrating VC++ 6.0 to a newer Visual Studio

    I figured there would be code "fixes" to get the project to compile cleanly. One of the biggest changes may be the definition of INT. It's 32-bit with VC++ 6.0 but may be 64-bit on the newer Visual...
  7. Re: Migrating VC++ 6.0 to a newer Visual Studio

    Will SourceSafe 2005 import/convert SourceSafe 6.0 database so I don't lose all of my source code history?

    And my macros are pretty simple. It shouldn't be a major headache to upgrade or redesign...
  8. Re: Migrating VC++ 6.0 to a newer Visual Studio

    Hi Paul.

    I got to thinking after I posted and realized that, of course, the newer Visual Studio has an ICE. I hope it is somewhat similar to VC++ 6.0 because I like that IDE.

    I'm somewhat...
  9. Migrating VC++ 6.0 to a newer Visual Studio

    It's time to start thinking about, and planning for, migrating my development system to a new platform.

    Current development system:
    WinXP SP3
    Visual Studion Pro 6.0 SP6
    C++/MFC applications
    ...
  10. Re: Problem with CStatusBar panes in Windows 7

    I want to thanl every one who offered pointers. This is the code I ended up with and things seem to be working OK but I'm still testing. If anyone can see any holes I'd appreciate some feedback. ...
  11. Re: Problem with CStatusBar panes in Windows 7

    Hi VictorN,

    I DO NOT call DrawItem() directly. It is only called from the framework. I just setup a variable for each pane that defines the color (dimmed or normal) of the text. The variable is...
  12. Re: Problem with CStatusBar panes in Windows 7

    Hi GCDEF,

    Nope! DrawItem() is used to switch pane text between 'dimmed' and 'normal' text to reflect user settings. It is also used to center the text within a pane.
  13. Re: Problem with CStatusBar panes in Windows 7

    Hi VictorN,

    I tried your suggestion and ran automatic and manual tests all day long, but it didn't quite solve the problem. Sometimes when I update one pain another pane would be cleared. ...
  14. Problem with CStatusBar panes in Windows 7

    * Development System: WinXP SP3
    * Development Environment: MS VC++ 6.0 SP6
    * Program is statically linked.

    It's kind of a long-winded post but I wanted to present as much information as I could....
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