Re: Suppress HTTP text results

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Wed, 4 Mar 2009 14:27:03 -0800

Thank you for replying to my posting.

Your solution worked.


"David Ching" wrote:

"jc" <> wrote in message


I am developing a MFC single document application.
I am using a CHTMLView class.

How do I suppress the HTTP text status, from being displayed
on the status bar?

Looking at the CHtmlView source code, it sets the status bar message by

OnStatusTextChange, VTS_BSTR)


void CHtmlView::OnStatusTextChange(LPCTSTR pszText)
 // try to set the status bar text via the frame

 CFrameWnd* pFrame = GetParentFrame();
 if (pFrame != NULL)

so theoretically (I haven't tried it) you can subclass CHtmlView, and handle
the same event and do nothing so the status bar does not reflect the browser

-- David

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