Thanks it turned out the problem was that the directory that the Temporary Internet files were stored in no longer existed after the update to Windows 10. Trying to change this under the Control Panel application for Internet settings failed to change the directory as the one that it was trying to move the files from did not exist. The only way to correct the problem was to manually edit the registry key as explained here:
Oh I doubt it. I dont think anyone's ever used c++ to read xml files, let alone written a library for it. Google will surely vindicate me..
"When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down 'happy'. They told me I didn't understand the assignment, and I told them they didn't understand life." - John Lennon
I am rewriting an old application in VS2010 that was developed in vc++6.0. I am trying to keep the basic structure of the GUI the same which consists of a main Dialog in which I have multiple child dialogs. All the child dialogs except one are simple with no border, title bar or system menu. This works fine in VC++6.0, but on VS2010, none of the controls that I have in those child dialogs show up when I run the program.
Am I missing something simple here that I am not aware of?
Its a MFC dialog based application. Main dialog is created when the application is created using "New Project" wizard and the child dialog is created by inserting a "Insert Dialog" in resource view and then adding dialog controls to it.