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GeneralSending messages to parent Pin
William Engberts19-Mar-08 3:55
William Engberts19-Mar-08 3:55 
Hi all,

I am writing a program that has a main window with a list control. Upon double clicking an item in the list control, I open a dialog box pertaining to this item (There are a numebr og dialogs in a linked list, of which one is selected). The dialog box is running in a modeless mode, since processing in the main window must continue. When I press the OK button, I send a message to the parent window (I pass the m_hWnd of the main window to the dialog boxes and use ::PostMessage) This message causes the main window to update the list control to reflect possible changes made in the dialog box. I then call "DestroyWindow" for the dialog.
This works fine the first time, but it crashes the second time I enter the same modeless dialog. When I comment-out the postmessage call, then everything works fine, so it seems that this message causes the crash. I can see that it is processed before the crash.
Anyone any suggestions?

Thanks in advance,
William
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