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Question[SOLVED] MoveWindow() and Negative Values [modified] Pin
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Hello all, longtime fan of the Code Project - first time posting.

I have some controls on a dialog box that I want to make "Scrollable" in the horizontal direction. There are multiple controls on the dialog box and then entire group of them are around 1000 pixels in width. When this dialog box is less than 1000 the user has the option to scroll horizontally. When scrolling left, the controls to the far left of the dialog will "disappear" to the left. I do this by passing (calculated) negative values to MoveWindow() for the first two parameters (the x,y position parameters).

Now, this all seems to work fine, I just want to make sure that I'm not going to cause some problem by passing these negative parameters to MoveWindow(). I've read all the documentation on MoveWindow() and scoured the web and nowhere have I seen anything that says: "Do not pass negative values to MoveWindow()"...

Anyone see any problem with this? Or anyone think that it's OK what I'm doing?

Thanks in advance - I'd greatly appreciate any feedback from the MFC/VC++ gurus out there.

Zeke




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