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QuestionKeeping UDS_ALIGNRIGHT positioning for an updown control after moving the buddy window Pin
Alexander Kindel10-Feb-20 1:47
Alexander Kindel10-Feb-20 1:47 
In a winAPI project, I am generating dialog templates at compile time, but not setting the positions and sizes of the controls until runtime because they depend on the font, which I set to whatever the user has set as their lfMessageFont at runtime. One of the dialogs has an up-down control with a static control set as its buddy window. For the sake of consistency, I would like the up-down control to be positioned and sized according to the standards of the UDS_ALIGNRIGHT style. However, it seems that setting that style only suffices to position the up-down control according to the position and size of the buddy window as specified in the dialog template, and when I resize the buddy window when handling the dialog's WM_INITDIALOG message, the up-down control doesn't change with it. Is there a way to manually invoke the UDS_ALIGNRIGHT code again at this point? Or do I need to switch to generating the entire dialog template at runtime if I want to keep the effects of that style?
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RantHow do people even do LL(k) parsing? Pin
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QuestionNon-latin characters are shown correctly in Debug mode but not in Release Pin
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QuestionRegular expression confusion (std::regex_replace). Pin
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