How to include files in "D:/Template/MyApp/" if I don't copy them to my own project directorie?
solution like the macro doesn't work perhaps #include instruction doesn't accept another '#' in its statement.
Could someone help me, thanks in advance!
Considering you're using stdafx.h, I assume you are using Visual Studio? Why not just add the include directory to Additional Include Directories in the Project Properties dialog, under the C/C++ tab. That way, there's no need for possibly troublesome macro's and makes it easier to maintain.
For other build environments there should be similar options.
1. Go to Tools->Options
2. Click on projects and solutions tree item
3. Select vc++ directories item
4. Select Include files in drop down window "Show Directories for"5. Then add your include directory.
Like I mentioned earlier, you should refrain from interacting with any UI element from any thread other than the one that actually owns the element. See here for more, specifically the "Worker threads and the GUI II: Don't touch the GUI" section.
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I work in VC6 and I need for some project atlimage.h to include in my project. My question is , where can I find it for download ? I mention that I search along for this , but I didn't find it ... can you help me ? Thank you.
Font Name : Aparajita<br />
Language : Hindi<br />
Platform : C++ Win32 (NO MFC)
I created a dialog with a simple edit control.
When i enter the path displayed below in the edit control,
Everything is displayed in correct size,
But only the hindi text is displayed very small. Just unreadable.
Path Entered: C:\Hello World\सरकारी\Files
I have tested this with Chinese Font. It is ok.
How to over come this problem. Please help.
I am facing this problem with Bengali and Oriya only but not in Hindi. Please check that you have Mangal font installed in your system?
It should be in SystemDrive:\Windows\Fonts folder. One more thing that I do is copy the font of mangal in Windows 7 or Vista and installed it in your pc. Might be your problem is resolved.
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can you check you aprajita font in font folder, what is the maximum size it's support?
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