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Nick Parker28-Jun-03 6:39
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GeneralSetCurSel and GetCurSel() in MFC Pin
keegan27-Jun-03 7:12
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David Crow27-Jun-03 8:50
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keegan27-Jun-03 9:26
keegan27-Jun-03 9:26 
ok, i've modified my code. i only have one teeny tiny little bug. Say a user selects the 3rd option in a combo box. if the user goes to another page in the property sheet, the 3rd option remain selected. if a user closes the dialogbox, and reopens it, the 3rd option remains selected.

however, if the user closes the program, and loads the dialog box back up, the first option is selected. now here's the punch line: if the user moves to another tab in the propertysheet, then goes back to the one with the combo box, the 3rd option will be selected again.

funky, eh? its only when the propertysheet is first opened the fuirst time the app is launched does the first option appear selected. I've for input_tq.SetCurSel() functions up the wazoo, all over my program.

any ideas?

(and if i look in the text file where the values are stored, the value for the 3rd option is there, not the 1st. its wierd.)

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GeneralRe: SetCurSel and GetCurSel() in MFC Pin
basementman27-Jun-03 9:46
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keegan27-Jun-03 10:05
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keegan27-Jun-03 10:22
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