Re: How to capture toolbar button command

"Nick Schultz" <>
Tue, 13 May 2008 10:29:11 -0700
Fixed the problem, I placed the button handlers within my class that extends
the toolbar, it should have been in the class that uses it (in my case a
class that extends CDockablePane)


"Nick Schultz" <> wrote in message

Hi there,

I am trying to capture the message that is sent when one of my toolbar
buttons are pressed.
I extended the CMFCToolBar class to :

   class CGraphToolBar : public CMFCToolBar

I have message map set accordingly:


in the constructor, i create all my buttons (using one as an example):

   m_saveBtn = new CMFCToolBarButton(IDD_TOOLBAR_SAVE,3);

I add the button in the OnCreate function:


And i have a simple handler function:

   void CGraphToolBar::OnNewElementBtn(){

When I run the program and click the button (the button is greyed out by
the way), I get this message instead:

   Warning: no message line prompt for ID 0x0032.

I'm not sure what I am doing wrong, where should I be capturing this



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