I ran into a small problem using Visual Studio 2012 Update 1.
Any MFC dialog that has controls with icons or bitmaps does not show the graphics if it is the first one in z-order. The following controls are displayed correctly.
A simple way to demonstrate this bogus behavior is to generate a dialog application with a couple of MFC EditBrowse Controls (but you could use MFC Buttons with icons as well). You can arbitratily change the z-order of the controls with the result that the icon does not display for the first one (preview is ok but not the compiled application).
I don't know whether this problem occurs in other versions of VS or if I have overlooked something important like proper initialization.
A simple way to get around this problem is to add a control with a picture at z-order 1 and make it invisible such that subsequent controls are not affected.
Has anybody dealt with this before?
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