I have started programming with Visual C++ recently. I have created a dialog based application which has some buttons. When I click one of the buttons I want a window to pop up(which will eventually display an image). Can you please tell me how to do it? Thanks in advance,
Thanks Richard for your reply. FYI I am doing the development using Visual C++. From the image window which pops up I would like to process mouse messages etc . Would that be possible if the image window is created with CreateWindowEx? I was thinking that the pop up image window should be created with a combination of CFrameWnd and CView. Is that the way to go? But I don't know how to do that. Thanks very much,
It's not easy to give a definitive answer to your question because I am not sure exactly what you are trying to do. But it sounds like you are starting from the wrong position. Why are you creating a popup window from within a dialog? Why not go for a standard CFrameWnd with whatever View type inside that will display the information that you want to show?
Ok I am trying what you have suggested. In that case also when the user clicks on the image(which is displayed on the CFrameWnd with view window) I want another image window to pop up which will display information corresponding to the clicked point. Please help. Thanks very much,
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