Re: hide CChildFrame
Why not override OnClose of your frame and hide it there and not call the
base class? When you hide the parent frame, view will be hidden
"William" <email@example.com> wrote in message
Env: WindowsXP, VC++6.00
I jus made a Document/View MDI App by AppWizard. There are the following
main Classes in the project.
When an user click "X" button of CChildFrame, I hope CChildFrame and
CTest1View are not be closed but are just hidden. I try to disable
CChildFrame's WM_SYSCOMMAND & SC_CLOSE message as follows,
LRESULT CChildFrame::WindowProc(UINT message, WPARAM wParam, LPARAM
if ( message == WM_SYSCOMMAND )
if ( wParam == SC_CLOSE )
return CMDIChildWnd::WindowProc(message, wParam, lParam);
I want to know if it is the correct way? And I also hope the hidden view
does't appear at Window Menu.
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