Re: catching message of child window

"AliR \(VC++ MVP\)" <AliR@online.nospam>
Mon, 21 Apr 2008 19:42:20 GMT
What's a previous window???

You don't have to inherit from a CComboBox to catch the CBN_SELCHANGE
All you have to do is set a ON_CBN_SELCHANGE(...) message handler in the
CPropertyPage derived class that is the parent of the combobox.
Go to your CPropertyPage dialog template right click on the combobox and
select add event handler, select CBN_SELCHANGE and press ok.


"William Dauchy" <> wrote in message


I've created a MFC window inheriting of CPropertyPage.

In it, I've created some CCcombobox window.

I looking for a way to catch CBN_SELCHANGE message of CCcombobox
window IN the previous window, WITHOUT creating a class which inherite
of CCcombobox.

I know the simplest way is to create a class which inherite of
CCcombobox but I was wondering if there was a way to do it without
creating new class.



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