Re: CFileDialog problem

"Alexander Grigoriev" <>
Tue, 29 May 2007 20:48:09 -0700
Common dialogs (and shel functions in general) don't work well with
MULTITHREADED COM apartment model. This is a known limitation.

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On 25 Mai, 15:10, Joseph M. Newcomer <> wrote:

I never thought it was an MFC problem.

On 25 May 2007 02:06:05 -0700, wrote:

None of your proposals solves the problem. Thx for your tips, Joseph.
This is strange too: The refresh button (right mouse click into the
dialog box) is useless, but creating a folder works (and it is
displayed, only this one). When clicking into this new folder and then
going back, the other files are shown again! A wild guess is that this
has nothing to do with MFC rather than it is a winxp problem???


Joseph M. Newcomer [MVP]
MVP Tips:

Now I found the cause: After calling this
the filter function in a subsequent CFileDialog fails (whatever reason

Calling CFileDialog in an extra thread solves it.


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