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    Two ChlidFrames in one MDI application?Is it a good solution?

    Hi all
    I want to achieve such an efect like - one view which takes all MDI area and some views which arelike non modal dialogs

    How can I do it?
    Two Child frames will be correct? one for "big" view which will be always visible and second for a "smal" views

    maybe another solution would be better

    Thank you in advance for help and advice

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    Re: Two ChlidFrames in one MDI application?Is it a good solution?

    If the "big" view will always be visible, then I suggest instead to make a dockable panel, similar to what you find in many apps such as Visual Studio.
    Nobody cares how it works as long as it works

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    Re: Two ChlidFrames in one MDI application?Is it a good solution?

    In addition to zerver's suggestion, MFC App Wizard can create that for you in a few clicks.
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