Re: CPropertySheet in a CDialogBar?

"AliR \(VC++ MVP\)" <AliR@online.nospam>
Tue, 27 May 2008 10:02:44 -0500
The only relavent parameter for the constructor is the caption and you can
pass that in through when you initialize the variable. (You don't have to
pass in a parent since you will be passing that in during the Create call.

class CMyDlgBar
    CMyPropretySheet m_MyPropertySheet;


: CDialogBar(...)
, m_MyPropertySheet(_T("The Caption))


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Hello AliR,

On 23 mai, 20:35, "AliR \(VC++ MVP\)" <A...@online.nospam> wrote:

The only suggestion is what you are already doing, you have to create the
property sheet programmatically, no way around it.


I have one suggestion, why are you adding a pointer to your
to CMyDlgBar. Why do you need it pointer.
You can simply declare it like this:
class CMyDlgBar
CMyPropretySheet m_MyPropertySheet;


This way you don't have to "new" it and most importantly you will never
forget to "delete" it. Don't use pointers where a simple instance variable
would work just fine. You are adding a unnecessary level of complexity to
your code.

Just because the default constructors generated by the class wizard
have a mandatory parameter (resource ID or template name) as first
argument. And I didn't want to change this at this time, in order to
be sure that my problem wasn't due to changes I made over the code
automatically generated. Now, I know this isn't the case, so I'll
simplify the default constructor.

Thank you for your advice.

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