Re: Temporarily hiding tabs

From:
"Tom Serface" <tserface@msn.com>
Newsgroups:
microsoft.public.vc.mfc
Date:
Thu, 27 Jul 2006 11:15:54 -0700
Message-ID:
<u#ee1iasGHA.372@TK2MSFTNGP06.phx.gbl>
You can accompish this by just removing and re-adding all of the tabs in the
order you want. As you said, it doesn't remove the property page so this
works pretty quick and the data is retained.

Tom

"David Ching" <dc@remove-this.dcsoft.com> wrote in message
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"KMA" <kma@schneeberger.ch> wrote in message
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I have a tabctrl with, say, 5 tabs, each property page representing
settings for a particular printer.

How can I programatically hide particlar tabs and re-show them without
destroying the dialog class underneath? I can grey out the tab, and make
it unclickable, but what I want is to hide it then redisplay it at will.


CPropertySheet::AddPage() and CPropertySheet::RemovePage() allows you to
add/remove tabs as appropriate. RemovePage() doesn't destroy the removed
CPropertyPage, so you should be able to re-add it later. But AddPage()
always puts it in the rightmost position (after the existing tabs). If
you want to insert it in the middle of the existing tabs, I guess you
would have to remove the tabs to the right of the insert position, add
your page, then re-add the pages just removed.

-- David

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