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You are absolutely right Avi and I'm glad you brought this up. This design is typical for simple, graphical elements that are not typically modified (easier to delete and create a new one). However, I extended it to more complex elements that should have the capability to be modified since there is a lot of dialog setup. The real value of the base class implementation is that it allows the use of virtual functions, especially the draw function without which the View class draw routine becomes very complex.

Currently, if the user wants to modify the element(with a dialog), my code deletes it and replaces it with a new element (transparent to the user). The problem arises when the user creates 2 of the same kinds of elements but with different settings. Then, when the dialog corresponding to the element is opened, the dialog settings do not always correspond to the instance that was selected since the dialog will just retain the last settings. So my intent was to set the dialog controls based on the dialog data stored with the element when the dialog init function is called. I can't use a virtual function from CIndicator since there are other elements (besides CInd1) that have different dialogs and thus different set up vars.

There must be an accepted way to design this function, since many engineering tools allow lots of copies of elements to be used yet they can still be modfied. I'll give it some thought.
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