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Who's got experience with this class then? Examples and documentation seem pitifully thin on the ground.

I'm just playing with it to see if it's the right control for a new development.

At the moment I'm wondering how to add a button to a property. The doc suggests overloading the protected "HasButton" function

"Indicates whether a property contains a button." says MSDN

So I don't know if I'll get a button by overloading this and returning TRUE because my overloaded function never gets called; other protectesd functions that don;t ever seem to be called are Init, CreateCombo or IsValueChanged

maybe I'm contructing my CMFCPropertyGridProperty wrong?

Thanks for looking.
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