Re: Clickable images on a dialog
By the way, In the Picture properties on the dialog, I have the
Type = Frame (I want the image to appear within the frame)
Color = Black
Visible = True
Under extended styles, Transparent = True
I think I've figured out how to declare the Picture area on the dialog
as my CStaticDerived class - wasn't too hard in the end after all!
Still getting nothing shown on the screen though.... :(
Is your derived class receiving messages, such as WM_PAINT? If not you
probably missed the subclassing step. Your dialog .h file should have a
control member variable like CStaticDerived m_mystatic; Your dialog
..cpp file should have a line in DoDataExchange like:
DDX_Control(pDX, IDC_MY_STATIC, m_mystatic);
If you add your control member variable with the wizard the wizard puts
this line in for you. This line "subclasses" the static control so your
derived class will receive the control's messages. (Also make sure you
are not using the default IDC_STATIC as the control's ID.)
Scott McPhillips [VC++ MVP]
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