Re: Is it possible to embed a drop down combo box inside a Splitter pane ?
If you want to move/resize the controls when the parent window (in this
case, your CFormView) changes then add a message handler for WM_SIZE in the
parent window. This will be called whenever the size of the window has been
changed, and it is passed the new window size. In the message handler,
first make sure a control exists:
// then in here use m_treectrl.MoveWindow(....)
// to put the control where you want it.
"justmehere" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Ok I am back again since I ran into a issue that I have not had any
luck in resolving.
What I did was created derived class from CFormView which is assigned
to a Dialog resource. Then I dragged and dropped a CCombBox and a
CtreeView inside this dialog. But during runtime the CTreeView shows
up only 1/3 of the client area of the CFormView derieved class. I
would for the TreeView control to fit the entire area inside this
view. What I have is a CComboBox at the top then below it I would like
to have the CTreeView control which should fit the entire area of the
CFormView client area.
Do I need to use the Create method of each of these controls during
Any helpful advice would be greatly appreciate.
Scott McPhillips [VC++ MVP]
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