Re: Force a resize of CMFCStatusBar

"Tom Serface" <>
Fri, 22 Jan 2010 23:33:54 -0800
I'm not sure why that doesn't happen automatically when in the new MFC code,
but that's how it's been for the status, toolbar, and other frame components
for as long as I can remember. Glad it worked for you.


"Ron H" <> wrote in message

Works like a top Tom, Thanks

Ron H
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"Tom Serface" <> wrote in message

Have you tried calling RecalcLayout() for the mainframe directly?


"Ron H" <> wrote in message

I am using the new and improved CMFCStatusBar class and have inserted
some clever little icons... BUT the statusbar doesn't resize to center
the icons vertically until I move the mainframe by clicking on it and
dragging it. How can I force the statusbar to resize at runtime so the
icons fit. I've tried Invalidate(true) in mainframe & in the active view
but it has no effect.

Ron H.

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