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QuestionEnable/Disable menu items programmatically Pin
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john john mackey24-Apr-09 10:29
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I'm obviously doing something wrong. I am even looking at some code that did the same thing (originally created in VC++ 6.0) and comparing it to what I am trying - not working.

In my Studio 2008 (VC++ 2008), I set the menu item's property to Grayed=True, Enabled=FALSE.

I have message handler for ON_UPDATE_COMMAND_UI(), and then I'm doing the debugger.

Since Enabled==FALSE, I can't get the button to change back even when my criterium is found:

void CStartupDlg::OnUpdateUtilitiesCoordConv(CCmdUI *pCmdUI)
{
	CString sProcName;
	sProcName.LoadStringA(IDS_MYFILE);

	CFileStatus		cfStat;
	BOOL			bExists = FALSE;

	// Get the status of this file
	bExists = CFile::GetStatus(sProcName, cfStat);
	if ( !bExists )
	{
		MessageBox("What the Deuce?!", NULL, MB_OK);
		pCmdUI->Enable(FALSE);
	}
	else
	{
		pCmdUI->Enable(TRUE);
	}
}

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QuestionIs there any way to display info for password is strong or not like in MBSA show Pin
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