On Vista you should use the VS2005. In VS2005, go to project properties by clicking "Project | Properties". In the property page go to "Configuration Properties | Linker | Manifest File", select "Generate Manifest" to "Yes". Then n the property page go to "Configuration Properties | Manifest Tool | Input and Output" select "Embed Manifest" to "Yes".
the program gave me the following error as shown in the picture
the upper message box is the first to come. followed by the lower messagebox
link to picture : [url]http://i8.tinypic.com/6byefcy.jpg[/url]
it was working perfectly fine on my computer with compiler. When i brought it to another computer, this happened!
i tried redoing a new testing project and creating the webbrowser in the same manner and it was good
- using MFC
- created webbrowser2 by going to dialog editor, right click and select "insert activeX"
- disabled firewall on both computer
- both computers definitely have internet connection with IE 7
- m_webbrowser.Navigate runs in a worker thread
- the target website yahoo.com is definitely up. i checked with my firefox and IE browser
- no delay, noticed. which means webbrowser2 did not neven attempt to contact the site
I had a small task at hand of tracing out the contents of a packet(generally a binarry array) and was looking for a sample code on web to quickly do it. Couldn't find any, so wrote my own small function. I wanted to share this on this site. I am sure it would be helpful to many sorry souls like me .
I am already a registered member of this site. But I don't see any link on how to post a small code snippet.
You're describing an article. A code snippet is useless without some text to describe what it does, and how, so you'd want to write a short article and use the article submission wizard to submit it, and the code.
Christian Graus - Microsoft MVP - C++
"I am working on a project that will convert a FORTRAN code to corresponding C++ code.I am not aware of FORTRAN syntax" ( spotted in the C++/CLI forum )
I'm running Visual Studio 2005 and I have a specific key set for toggling between full screen and windowed mode -- F10. The following is a section of my code that runs in a while loop and handles my messages.
//Check message queue and remove the message after processingif (PeekMessage(&msg, 0, 0, 0, PM_REMOVE))
if (msg.message == WM_QUIT)
m_terminate = true;
elseif (msg.message == WM_KEYDOWN) //DEBUGGING
//... more code here
Now, when I set a breakpoint at if (msg.message == WM_KEYDOWN), whenever I press a key in my program, Visual Studio will break at that line and allow me to debug into it. This works all the time except for when I press F10 (I have a few other keys for toggling things). When I press F10, my program will hang for a little while, and then just continue working as if nothing happened, and my breakpoint will not be hit. I'm curious as to why this is. Anyone have an idea?
I guess I should mention that I have declared MESSAGE msg; outside of the while loop.
MODIFIED: It seems like the F10 key is a special key that is handled differently from the others.
Here's an addition to my problem. The F9 key is OK (VK_F9), but the F10 key is still not (VK_F10). VK_F9 = 0x78, VK_F10 = 0x79, as expected. Is there something in the details that I should know but that I've completely overlooked (such as VK_F10 being reserved for some kind of system use only, or whatnot)?