no kiran i dont want to create second dialog,
let me expalin you....
I have function which i am calling through dialog box.now i want that by clicking a button it will open a window(which will open untill click to exit) and from that window i will b able to call all other function so that it will start display the data getting from server.
Hope i am clear if not pls remind me
Thanks for your reply
I am using an instance of the CMonthCalCtrl class. However when I executed the application and click on the a specific date, the date disappears and in some cases half of a rectangled border develope around the normally oval blue date. When I use the CDateTimeCtrl class (with the calendar functionality) this does not happen.
I believe this is simply a redraw error because when I click forward a month the selected date redraws properly.
I am using Visual Studio 2003 and I am running XP Multimedia. I am using a digital widescreen flat panel display (24") which occaisionally has problems properly rendering borders on objects on web pages.
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When I rotate my monitor 90 degrees the control renders properly (as do the webpages that exhibit the rendering problem mentioned above).
The fact that things change when you move the monitor indicates that you have a 'brown' connection somewhere. This has absolutely nothing to do with programming,(unless if you in moving the screen inadvertely move the mouse, touch the keyboard, or, if you have a touch screen, when moving the monitor).
In that case, be more carefull, and debug the appropriate input!
Otherwise,You are in the wrong forum for this type of problem, but, as free advice (for once) I offer the following:-
Place your system, (Desk and all), in the middle of the room!
Get your System up and running, and gently move the Cables around one by one, without disturbing the other cables.
Start with the Powe Cables, and Plugs. Differentiate between the Plug and the cable!
Put Tension on each cable. When the system dies, you found a 'brown' circuit!
Replace the Cable, If the problem persists, it is either the Connector protruding from the equipment, or the inner hardware soldered to the connector.
If the problem has gone, it probably was the Lead! THROW IT OUT! (If you keep it in the garage, just foor keeps, you may be on to this bulletin board again with the same problem, stating that you tried the above with a flex you had in the garage, and you cannot find the problem!
as you can see I am trying to do a mouse hook, this try is to get any right click, but later when I get it to work, I want it to be for a defined application that when it gets right click the the popup pops up
Initially I couldn't see anything hinting that he wants to create a class, but now that I look at it again, he does mention .cpp files. I assumed that he was writing a new template derived from the old one.