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Hi,

I have a bug related to mouse messages in my mfc app. I have lbuttondown and rbuttondown handlers for my cscrollview, and the scroll wheel on a mouse seems to be automatically hooked up to the scroll position of the view, so everything works fine when using a regular mouse.

When using a notebook touchpad the lbuttondown and rbuttondown handlers work as expected, but I get a problem when both BOTH left and mouse buttons are pressed simultaneously. This causes neither the lbuttondown nor rbuttondown messages to be sent, nor does it send the mbuttondown message. But it is obviously sending some sort of message to the program because the cursor changes to an icon similar (but not identical) to the one that appears when you use the scroll wheel on a normal mouse. Unfortunately the program immediately crashes when both buttons are pressed simultaneously on a notebook touchpad. This behaviour doesn't occur if you press both buttons simultaneously on a normal mouse.

Does anybody know what message handler I should be using the capture the problem behaviour?

Thanks for any help!

Mick
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