In my case Tooltip will popup when mouse moves over the button, but i need to popup the tip text from my application (by hard coding)by sending some messages.
I tried SendMessage with POPUP flag, but i am not getting(SendMessage returning NULL).
I don't know what I hae done, but my app no longer supports input from the IME (Input Method Editor). When I try to change the input language using the hotkeys (CTRL + SHIFT) nothing happens, the input language does not change. When I try to select the language from the Task bar, my app loses focus and still the language does not change. The IME works for other programs, just not my own. I have no idea where to even start looking for the cause of the problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Well thankyou so much for that useful unsight into the correct keys. But, you are slightly wrong. Users, such as myself, are able to change the key combination. Here in China, the preferred is to use the SHIFT + CTRL.
As a follow up to my problem, it is now fixed. I do not know what was the cause. I started commenting function calls hoping to narrow it down a little, after uncommenting the problem vanished. Please note, no code was changed.
I have an MDI application.I want to remove the default menu bars and toolbar provided and place a customized toolbar instead.So I removed
the added menu bar code and toolbar code from CMainframe::Oncreate().
When I executed the application the toolbar is removed but the menu bar of childframe still exists.
I tried placing setmenu(NULL ) in childframes OnCreate but no use.
int CChildFrame::OnCreate(LPCREATESTRUCT lpCreateStruct)
if (CMDIChildWnd::OnCreate(lpCreateStruct) == -1)
I want to invoke a Remote Desktop connection Programmatically. It should take 3 Parameters:ComputerName,UserName and Password for Logon, then I should be able to run a ".exe" in the Remote Machine to which i Logged on.
Please Help me. I had tired using the API:WNetAddConnection2, Here is the Piece of Code which i tried.
I am trying to serilaize a class which has a vector.
I put the vector into a class and tried my luck, but no avail.
Could somebody show\tell\advice me about how to serilaize a vector and read it back, (when the size of the vecor is not known at compile time)?
Actually I am guilty of not having described my problem sufficiently.
I am not using MFC in my program. I am trying to sterilize everything by using the ofstream::write((char*)&Object, sizeof(object)); That's because I am working on an AutoCAD plug-in that requires an extra bit of gymnastics to use MFC. Also, I did not want to eliminate suggestions by talking too much of my idea of the problem.
But here it is:
I am writing a project handling tool that handles "n" number of files as a project. Data from each file is kept in a structure\class (say FileStruct) in 2 2D arrays and a few strings. I wanted to replace these 2D arrays by vectors. Also the project itself is only a collection of "n" number of FileStructs. So wanted to make a vector out for that as well.
So the final object waiting to be serialized would conceptually look like this:
1) if i want to send 4MB of Data through Socket is there any limitation to send Data towards the Receiver who listen the Socket.
2) why we have to use select(...) in the Socket what is the use.
3) what is the Difference between Blocked and UnBlocked Socket.
4) Why we have the Option FD_SET, What is the Senario to Use this Option.