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GeneralRe: Migrating from Visual Studio 2005 to Visual Studio 2015 Still Tries to Link MFC 8 Pin
leon de boer8-Jan-17 3:47
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GeneralRe: Migrating from Visual Studio 2005 to Visual Studio 2015 Still Tries to Link MFC 8 Pin
SP Chapman9-Jan-17 5:44
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GeneralRe: Migrating from Visual Studio 2005 to Visual Studio 2015 Still Tries to Link MFC 8 Pin
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GeneralRe: Migrating from Visual Studio 2005 to Visual Studio 2015 Still Tries to Link MFC 8 Pin
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QuestionWM_SHOWWINDOW not called Pin
_Flaviu29-Dec-16 9:56
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Richard MacCutchan29-Dec-16 21:38
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GeneralRe: WM_SHOWWINDOW not called Pin
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GeneralRe: WM_SHOWWINDOW not called Pin
leon de boer29-Dec-16 22:33
leon de boer29-Dec-16 22:33 
Same way as your last question handle the WM_CREATE message of the child window (or WM_MDICREATE of the parent MDICLIENT) and you know when it's created.

It's a basic thing if you want to know absolutely about something (without delay) then insert code in that handler instead of trying to determine it from a parent or associated window where the message chain gets involved. It's easier and safer than the alternatives.

The other key things with MDI's is children will by default be handled by DefMDIChildProc and be inside an MDIClient window (which is like an invisible window that sits inside an normal window) for them to operate correctly. So basically your app window contains an MDICLient, and the MDICLient contains the MDI children. So be careful the children are not actually children of the APP window as such. If you try to insert an MDIChild directly into a normal window it won't operate correctly they must be in an invisible MDIClient window pane.
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