Re: problem with hiding/showing the dialog

"AliR" <AliR@online.nospam>
Thu, 17 Aug 2006 09:30:26 -0500
It all depends on how you are creating and displaying the dialogs.

Let's assume that the first dialog is a modal dialog (this is the way
appwizard creates the application by default)

this is how your OnNext handler should look.

void CMainDialog::OnNext()
    //hide the main dialog
    //display the second dialog
    CSecondDialog Dlg;
    //when the user comes out of the second dialog, show the first one again

Have you thought about using CPropertySheet/CPropertyPage in Wizard mode for


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I have an MFC dialog based application comprising of 2 dialogs.In the
first UI the user is allowed to select images and the count is being
displayed.On clicking NEXT the second UI appears.
Now the problem is On clicking BACK in the second UI i need the first
UI to be dispalyed with the previous state i.e the number of images
I have tried using AfxGetApp()->HideApplication() in the OnNext handler
and AfxGetMainWnd()->ShowWindow(SW_SHOW) in the OnBack handler.This
displays the first UI with the previous state but the whole window is
Can someone please suggest what could be done???

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