While this may be a Visual Studio feature request, does anyone know how to get the task list to scan all files in the solution rather than the current file. This is very annoying, and frankly the lack of it makes it useless.
Keep having to resort to Find in Files.
Not very slick.
Using VS 2005.
"Je pense, donc je mange." - Rene Descartes 1689 - Just before his mother put his tea on the table.
Here's an article:
The last comment is about using bitmap menu in dialog:
"I will use the MSDN example project dlgcbr32 to demonstrate this. Dlgcbr32 demonstrates how to add control bars to a dialog based application. Build dlgcbr32 and then follow these steps (the first 5 steps are essentially the same steps given in the original article):
1. Add these files to your project:
BitmapMenu.cpp, BitmapMenu.h, and winuser2.h
2. In Mdlsmain.h add this line:
3. In Mdlsmain.h inherit your modeless dialog from BitmapMenu:
class CModelessMain : public BitmapMenu<cmodelessdialog>
4. In Mdlsmain.cpp add two message handlers (the third message handler ON_WM_INITMENUPOPUP() is already there):
5. In Mdlsmain.cpp at the end of the CModelessMain::OnInitDialog() function add the tool bar:
6. At the beginning of BitmapMenu.cpp add this line:
7. At the end of BitmapMenu.cpp add this line:
8. In Mdlsmain.cpp at the beginning of the function CModelessMain::OnInitMenuPopup() add this line:
BitmapMenu<cmodelessdialog>::OnInitMenuPopup(pPopupMenu, nIndex, bSysMenu);
9. At the top of BitmapMenu.h add this line:
The only thing that can't be compiled after perfoming all steps to use bitmap menu in dialog is this line:
If you created the resource string using MSXML then the string will be a BSTR which is UTF-16 by definition. Microsoft warns that the string will not contain the byte order mark that you normally can check for at the beginning of a disk file.
The thing to remember when parsing a BSTR string created with MSXML is that the line indicating the encoding will not reflect the actual encoding of the string.
In other words,
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
in a BSTR representation should be ignored as the encoding will always be UTF-16.
i am required to write a simple BHO which changes the "User-Agent" Header for every HTTP-Request (has to be a BHO). I already had success with IWebBrowser2::Navigate for a single specific website. Is it possible to do this inline (Without (re-)navigate) and for any request done with the IE?
I have created a small project in vc++6 with a editable list control. I took the help of some of the articles found here.
I wanted the listview's edit box to have some background colour when that box is being edited. I intergrated another class I found in CodeProject. But the box doese'nt behave properly. I do not know how to correct it, or what I should change.
Can somebody help me out. I can e-mail the project to you so that you can see it and tell me what I must add or change.