Re: update status in main frame window
1. ok. I used the AfxGetMainWnd()->SendMessage(WM_SETSTATUS,0,pStr);
but I got:
error C2065: 'WM_SETSTATUS' : undeclared identifier
how to declare it ?
2. One more thing is how can I SendMessage to disable certain menu in
main frame window ?
Many thank to your kind help.
On Dec 3, 1:21 am, "AliR \(VC++ MVP\)" <A...@online.nospam> wrote:
There are several ways.
From you button handler you can either do this:
CMainFrame *pWnd = (CMainFrame *)AfxGetMainWnd();
note that you need to write a method for GetStatusBar in your CMainFrame
Or you can send a message to the main window
<aloha...@gmail.com> wrote in message
I'm using SDI application
In Mainfrm.cpp, i have
static UINT indicators =
ID_SEPARATOR, // status line indicator
I added a child dialog with one test button on it.
The child dialog is triggered via menu in main frame windows. the
class of child dialog is CDialog base.
class CChildDlg : public CDialog
// how can I update the status bar in main frame windows ?
// the following code will trigger exception...!!!
m_wndStatusBar.SetPaneText(0, "TEST 123", TRUE);
How can I update the status bar in main frame windows, upon clicking
Thanks in advance.
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