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Forums » Prof-UIS Tech Support » Look-and-Feel themes in Prof-UIS 2.89 Collapse All
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Bogdan Munteanu May 16, 2010 - 8:37 PM

I am under the impression the class CExtCustomizeSite is not created with the underlying theme style (see for example the project DRAWCLI with any of the Office 2007 - 2010 themes). Is there something special I need to do or is this an implemetation oversight?

Similarly, I am unable to generate scrollbars in CExtPageNavigatorWnd that are in sync with the theme ( again if that theme is Office 2007 - 2010 based). The example PageNavigator bundled with Prof-UIS has scrollbars only for the tree-based pages and even those do not follow the overall theme. Is there a (simple) way to generate correctly those scrollbars for any type of page?

Thank you very much for your help,




Technical Support May 17, 2010 - 1:41 PM

The Customize dialog is classically Windows-themed. But we can make it Prof-UIS themed and even resizable.

The page navigator control is a compound window container. It does not have scroll bars. Any scrollbars you can see inside the page navigator are really scroll bars of some windows inserted into page navigator. If you have the CTreeCtrl window and you want to make it using themed scroll bars, then you should use the CExtNCSB < CTreeCtrl > template based class type.

Bogdan Munteanu May 17, 2010 - 5:10 PM

Thank you for your reply.

It looks like a good idea to have the Customize dialog themed.