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Forums » Prof-UIS General Discussion » problem with CExtNCW< CMDIChildWnd > Collapse All
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Amit Mangal Jun 18, 2008 - 11:53 PM


I would like to have my mdi child views titlebar painted the same way as main frame window. Inheriting from CExtNCW< CMDIChildWnd > gives the right look, but MDI Cascade and Tile commands does not work anymore.

Any solution to this problem ?


Thanks in advance

Amit Mangal

Amit Mangal Jul 7, 2008 - 11:56 PM

Hi All,

I have a form view derived from CExtWS < CExtAFV < CFormView > > . I have made four edit boxes on that form view. when i run the application cursor come on first edit box and when i mouse click on any other edit box cursor donot go to that control. it remains in first edit box. but i use keyboard tab then cursor can move to any of the dialog. can anyone please tell me how can cursor move on all edit box with the click of mouse . many thanks in advance.


Amit kumar Mangal

Technical Support Jun 20, 2008 - 4:41 AM

Please compare the source code of your MDI child frame class in your project with the source code of the CChildFrame classes in the sample projects provided with Prof-UIS(like MDI, MDIDOCVIEW, DRAWCLI). There must be some differences. Probably you are using the CMDIChildWnd::SomeMethodName() invocation as the parent class method invocation in an overridden virtual method instead of CExtNCW < CMDIChildWnd > :: SomeMethodName(). Please also let us know whether your project uses some third party components or C++ classes which somehow extend standard MDI interface?