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QuestionMDI multiple view types - Window List Pin
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I have an MDI application with two view types for the same document. I am creating the instances of the second view type from an instance of the first view and then hiding all instances of the first view type using CFrameWnd::ActivateFrame() with a parameter equal to SW_HIDE. When all instances of the second view type are closed, all instances of the first view are reenabled using CFrameWnd::ActivateFrame() with a parameter equal to SW_SHOW.

It appears to work under certain circumstances and the window list in the menu appears to hide the references to those hidden frames. However, as I start to post WM_CLOSE messages to the visible views frame window class the window list gets quite out of sync and at the point I try to renable the instances of the first view types, nothing shows up in the window list even though the windows themselves are visible in the client area.

If I don't hide any views the window list remains in sync but I'd rather hide the views if possible.
Has anybody tried something like this before and got it to work?
// Here are some snippets

// CTheApp::InitInstance()

// First template
m_pDocTemplateFirst = new CMultiDocTemplate(
IDR_FIRST_TYPE,
RUNTIME_CLASS(CTheDoc),
RUNTIME_CLASS(CChildFrame),
RUNTIME_CLASS(CFirstView));
if (!m_pDocTemplateFirst)
return FALSE;
AddDocTemplate(m_pDocTemplateFirst);

// Second template
m_pDocTemplateSecond = new CMultiDocTemplate(
IDR_SECOND_TYPE,
RUNTIME_CLASS(CTheDoc),
RUNTIME_CLASS(CChildFrame),
RUNTIME_CLASS(CSecondView));
if (!m_pDocTemplateSecond)
return FALSE;
AddDocTemplate(m_pDocTemplateSecond);

// From the document class

// Creating the new view based on the second doctemplate
CFrameWnd* pFrame=pDocTemplate->CreateNewFrame(this,NULL);
if (pFrame) {
pDocTemplate->InitialUpdateFrame(pFrame,this,TRUE);
}

// Elsewhere

// Closing the frame and subsequently the view
pFrame->PostMessage(WM_CLOSE);
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