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    Question blank popup menu when clicking menu item with submenu (eVC++ 4,PPC2003 SDK)

    Hi All,

    I have an MFC application created using Embedded Visual C++ 4 (eVC++ 4) with Pocket PC 2003 SDK.

    I created a menu bar using resource editor. The menu has some sub-menus. The menu works very well in normal device using Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional. However, in High-Resolution Devices (e.g. VGA 640x480 pixels, also using WM 6.1 Pro), some menu items went blank (plain white) when i tap on menu item with submenus.

    here is the structure of my menu:
    HTML Code:
    menu
    - item 1 
    - menu 1 
      + item 2 
      + item 3 
    - menu 2 
      + item 4 
      + item 5 
    - menu 3 
      + item 6 
      + item 7 
    - menu 4 
      + item 8 
      + item 9 
      + item 10 
    - separator 
    - item 11 
    All menus and items are enabled and not ticked. The problem is reproducible with cosistent effects for the same steps. Here are some steps to reproduce the problem:
    a) Tap menu > tap menu 1 => menu 2 & menu 3 are now become blank (plain white)
    b) Tap menu > tap menu 2 => menu 1, menu 4, separator & item 11 are now become blank (plain white)
    c) Tap menu > tap menu 1 => menu 2 & menu 3 are now become blank (plain white) > if we then tap any menu 1/2/3/4, all menu reappear.

    Is there any way to solve this problem?
    Thank you in advance.

    afriza
    Last edited by afriza; February 4th, 2009 at 03:17 AM. Reason: message formatting

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