1) you spam the boards, so, this question have been marqued as SPAM.
2) you abuse the forum, so, your first question have been marqued so too.
3) use a correct english. people here are not all native english and it's already dificult enough to express themselves in a language that's not their mother tongue, so don't force them to guess which words you're typing.
4) no one here answer for money. we all belong to this forum for the pleasure, so we're not obliged to answer.
5) ask a specific question. don't expect us to do your homework.
6) use the html tags provided to format the messages correctly. a code sample should be placed in <pre></pre> blocks. use <code></code> to highlight som words if you like.
7) don't post a huge piece of code like you did. no one will read it, and worst, you give us a bad side of yours.
8) when you have an error, provide the relevant error message.
9) and never forget to tell what you already tried to go around the problem you got...
SO, please, delete these 2 questions immediately, and re ask like you would expect someone to ask a question if you had to answer it
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When my dialog shows at first (before my edit control has no input string) I don't even see it (all dialog is black)! When I populate edit control m_edtInfo.SetWindowText('some text') text is displayed and edit ctrl's BkColor is shown but only behind the text not on all edit ctrl rectangle.why?
How to get all edit ctrl's region being filled with BkColour, even at first?
My apology for my language.
But oign into the registry, will be the same as doing it through the explorer... And I would like not to deactivate the sounds for the operating system. Just when im executing my app. Because when Im testing things (the error messages that the user will have when something goes wrong) the sounds nerve me. I check ALL the errors that the user can have. So... that's the reason for just a piece of code inside my app.
I can disable them by starting app, and enable them another time by going out the app.
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
But oign into the registry, will be the same as doing it through the explorer...
Not really - you can programmatically alter the registry.
Regardless, I tried messing with this, and while my registry entries cause the sound settings
for my app to appear nicely in the "Sounds" control panel applet, the system (XP SP2) does
NOT use my settings when running the application
Please let me know if you find a solution - I will do the same
Iam involved in internationalization of my product.
Iam loading japanese resource dll for that.
I have an excel file which containg japanese strings.
while i copy the string from excel file to string table, it is not taking japanese strings ( just pasting ???????? ).
iam using windows 2000 server.
i selected japanese in Regional settings.
if i type anything in string table properties entry, then it is in japanese but anything copying from my japanese excel still showing junk only.