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    IDC resource

    I hope someone have experience with this problem and have a quick answer.

    I have a Microsoft Visual C++ 17 application that I am adding a new select button to an existing dialog resource. I am adding a new radio button select control resource to an existing list. There should only be one button selected at a time. Only problem is the new button control is acting independently from the rest of the existing button controls.

    I have reviewed the resource code and everything appears declared properly. The ID resources are all sequentially numbered with no skips. I am frustrated with what to check next. Any suggestions anyone?

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    Re: IDC resource

    The radio buttons that should act together need to be in the same group control. It looks like the new button isn't part of the existing group.
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