Re: CFileDialog not displaying virtual folders in linux
You should call CoInitializeEx(CONINT_APARTMENTTHREADED). MULTITHREADED will
cause funny issues,
"CFileDialog and linux virtual folders"
<CFileDialogandlinuxvirtualfolders@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
I tried adding the CoInitializeEx with COINIT_MULTITHREDAED ) to my
application and it fixed the problem
Thanks very much
"CFileDialog and linux virtual folders" wrote:
Mine is an MFC application and the CFielDialog works fine as long as I
call the managed library code SQLConnection->Open. But I have a need to
the managed function. So where do you suggest the
CoInitializeEx(CONINT_APARTMENTTHREADED) need to be used?
"Alexander Grigoriev" wrote:
Make sure NOT to call CoInitializeEx with COINIT_MULTITHREADED.
File dialog and other shell functions only work with
"CFileDialog and linux virtual folders" <CFileDialog and linux virtual
firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I am using CFiledialog and it displays the virtual linux folders
invoked from one dialog. But then the same code does not display
folders in linux when invoked from another dialog. When that happens,
go back to the dialog where it was displaying the folders correctly
work any more. Any ideas how I can fix this?
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