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Forums » Prof-UIS General Discussion » How to convert old MFC application design? Collapse All
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Milo Homola Mar 8, 2008 - 11:48 AM

Hello, how can I most easily convert old MFC GUI to new Prof-UIS look? The projekt I’m tolking about is prety large, so most of changes in souce code are undesirable and complicated. Is there some way through class inheritability?

Thank you,
with regards
Milos Homola

Technical Support Mar 9, 2008 - 11:48 AM

You should convert your project step by step. First, apply Prof-UIS classes in the main application window. Switch to using Prof-UIS toolbars and menus, then resizable bars and windows inside them. You may have noticed that most of Microsoft’s applications mix their modern skinned windows with default looking windows and controls. So, you can make the main window and all of its parts skinned and leave popup, configuration and preferences windows as they are for some time or even forever.