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Well,

Is this a Fragility a feature of MFC, and from how it wraps the SDK functions, or, is this a Feature that is Central to Windows, (i.e. the SDK suffers from the same problem) I have read several articles about this, and, the Gist is that it is always unsafe to communicate between two threads. This is clearly to conservative, Microsoft manages it quite well in for instance their MS Office Products.

Thanks for your Interest. Smile | :)
Bram van Kampen

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