I need to attach a dialog to a single document application.
On the menu bar I want to go to view then 'Device Setup'. Once I click on the 'Device Setup' a Dialog should appear initialised with default values.
How would I do this. Suggestions are much appreciated
Create new entry in resource editor in menu. By using class wizard create a method which will be called when menu item will be chosen. In this method instantiate dialog class instance, and call DoModal()
I am currently a student at uni and need to randomize where a set of nine graphics appear along a graphic. These have hotspots allocated to them, and are stored in a seperate file. Is it possible to use regions to offset the images, or am I bartking up the wrong tree?
I can offset the region to change where the hotspot is "located" but the original image needs to be offset aswell.
This class has two functions and a member variable
First is StartLog conains code
Second StopLog contanis code
And also there is a function AddEvent like this:
I call StartLog when my program starts, and StopLog when it exits. AddEvent is called several times while program runs;
It works fine mostly, but there is a problem:
File gets corrupted (it contains junk) when the program gets terminated incorrectly. For example when somebody has rebooted computer or terminates it via task manger. (Close() is not get called in this case)
Should I reopen and close file every time I need to write to it to ensure safety of the data???
I'm using VC6 & STL in my program along with Openssl.
I'm getting compilation error in OpenSSL\bn.h
The error is as follows:-
error C2955: 'modulus' : use of class template requires template argument list
c:\program files\microsoft visual studio\vc98\include\functional(57) : see declaration of 'modulus'
There seems to be some kind of conflict in template names, because STL and OpenSSL structure are using same template name.
Is there any simple workaround for this ?
Any help is appreciated.
How do I always show the vertical scrollbar in an CListCtrl (report view)? Just call ShowScrollBar( SB_VERT, true ); in every OnSize method doesn't work, because then the last column (which has the flag LVSCW_AUTOSIZE_USEHEADER) is too big.
The implementation of the CListCtrl seems to be really clumsy, because it is somehow handled completely different than in any other WIN32-Control. Thanks for any answer.
I'm trying to solve the very same problem and I haven't been successfull with that ShowScrollbar-function either.. It doesn't help that I'm not that experienced with MFC.
I'm wondering that could this be solved by simply using the WS_VSCROLL style when creating the control?
Well, in my app the scrollbar _does_ show in certain situations when using that style (even if there are only few items in the report view and therefore no actual need for the scrollbar) but I haven't been able to pinpoint the exact conditions for this. My guess is that this behavior has something to do with redrawing.. You tell me
But hey, give it a try and let the world know if it works..
Your path to the lib-files seems to be invalid. Just set the correct path in Visual Studio. If you use version 2003 go to Tool->Options->Projects->Vc++ Directories and set the correct path for library files.
In Visual Studio 6 it should be very similar.