Re: Disable OnOK() automatic call in MFC application

"Nord Pierre" <Well ...>
Wed, 18 Feb 2009 15:20:51 +0100
May be you're looking for this code ?

BOOL CYourDialogClass::PreTranslateMessage(MSG *pMsg)
  if (pMsg->message == WM_KEYDOWN)
    if ((pMsg->wParam == VK_RETURN) || (pMsg->wParam == VK_ESCAPE))
      pMsg->wParam = NULL;

 return CDialog::PreTranslateMessage(pMsg);

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I am working on an application C++/MFC with Visual Studio 2005.

I created a CDialog based application, and I use the PreTranslateMessage()
function to manage the messages received by the main dialog of my app.

The problem is that when my dialog is displayed, and if I press a key, it
seems that sometimes, the OnOK() function is called by default, and the
dialog is automatically closed. And the breakpoint I set in the
PreTranslateMessage() function is never reached.

I'd like to avoid this behaviour, and disable this default OnOK()
function. I have no OnOK() function in my code, so I think it's the
CDialog::OnOK() function which is automatically called. I'd like also to
have the PreTranslateMessage() called for each keystroke, to be able to
manage the keys by myself.

Can somebody help me on this point ? Thank you.

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