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Forums » Prof-UIS Tech Support » No more support from/for ProfUis? Collapse All
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Wilhelm Falkner Jun 25, 2012 - 11:06 AM

Dear support team,

Your last post is now 4 weeks old. Do You stop support? What happens to You? There are so much open Posts - no answer from You?

Look, all posts in this forum are from customers from You, customers, they spend money and time in working with Your product, They all have a support contract with you - but no answer any more from your side.

I’m working with ProfUis now for about 8 years, but when I do not get any support from Your side, I really have to search for alternatives, e.g. BCGSoft. I would like to stay with ProfUis, but then I need the support. And, I’m sure, most of Your customers think like me.




Piotr Tracz Sep 4, 2012 - 4:10 AM

Is there anything, we ProfUIS users/customers should worry about?

Technical Support Jul 10, 2012 - 11:06 AM

We found this question not answered earlier:
MDI Tabs make non-client area of MDI client window zero width/height. One Note style tabs reserve some border and draw it using the current tab color. The scroll bars are part of this non-client area. So, Prof-UIS does not let these scroll bars to appear. This is a detail of implementation. You can see how it’s coded in the CExtTMWI::OnHookWndMsg() virtual method. If you love your scroll bars and cannot live without scrolling 4000 pixels, you can create an MDI-tabs class and put the following overridden method into it:

    virtual bool OnHookWndMsg(
        LRESULT & lResult,
        HWND hWndHooked,
        UINT nMessage,
        WPARAM & wParam,
        LPARAM & lParam
        if( nMessage == WM_NCPAINT || nMessage == WM_NCCALCSIZE || nMessage == WM_WINDOWPOSCHANGING )
            return false;

Wilhelm Falkner Jul 16, 2012 - 3:19 AM

Thanks, this solve our problem

Technical Support Jul 5, 2012 - 10:37 AM

We are really sorry for the delay with answering some recent posts. We continue to provide technical support. If you have any questions, please let us know.

Wilhelm Falkner Jul 10, 2012 - 5:47 AM

You are really sorry?If we have questions, we should let You know?

How would it be, if You first answer the still open questions. If You solve the open problems?

Wilhelm Falkner Jul 16, 2012 - 3:11 AM