Are you also resetting your scroll ranges in your paint routine? You need to do this in order to take account of the current client window size and the amount of information you can display relative to the amount of information available. Remember that these values can change just by using a different size font for text or zooming an image.
Just say 'NO' to evaluated arguments for diadic functions! Ash
I am creating a application using GDI/PLus to save tiff as multiPage.
I got the Image object And tried
And its working fine
Then I used
to add other images.but its not working.
And It is accepting one parameter as EncoderParameter which is having option to set multi Frame as I think as I found tht type in c#.
Do anyone is having idea how can I add image as MultiPage.
It should be easy enough. Just make sure when calling the vendor supplied DLL to use explicit specialisations of CStringT e.g. CStringT< char, ChTraitsCRT<char> >. It might be a good idea to use a typedef for this.
Oh, one other thing - make sure that around including the header for the library TCHAR is defined as char and not wchar_t or the functions won't link properly.
PS: Looks like there are already typedefs in MFC for this sort of thing. Have a look in Alain's answer below for their names!
This isn't true. It's possible and quite common for a modal dialog to have a button (or some other mechanism) which brings up another "nested" (not nested in a parent-child sense) modal dialog. Both dialogs are modal and shown at the same time although while the nested one exists the parent one is disabled.
If you don't need 2 dialogs at the same time but you need
them both displayable, then you're speaking about something like
a tabbed dialog: each tab will show a dialog.
I've a sample of doing this at the demo app that is in the article A Standard Multithreaded Dynamic Queue.
Otherwise you want to investigate modeless dialogs.
I don't have WinRar installed but just an idea: use Spy++ to find out the class of that control and then try googling it up, maybe it turn up something usefull...
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It shows in the property window of compressed files.
So it must be a shell extension.
You may not be able to get to pick only the control out with spy.
It may not even be a control.
It could be simply drawn.
You never know.
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