I need to get the font of a static control, but the documentation says WM_GETFONT will return null if the control is using the system font. How can I get the system font?
I see GetStockObject can return the font, but there are many options. Which one of those do I need:
DEVICE_DEFAULT_FONT Windows NT/2000/XP: Device-dependent font.
DEFAULT_GUI_FONT Default font for user interface objects such as menus and dialog boxes. This is MS Sans Serif. Compare this with SYSTEM_FONT.
OEM_FIXED_FONT Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) dependent fixed-pitch (monospace) font.
SYSTEM_FONT System font. By default, the system uses the system font to draw menus, dialog box controls, and text.
Windows 95/98 and Windows NT: The system font is MS Sans Serif.
Windows 2000/XP: The system font is Tahoma
SYSTEM_FIXED_FONT Fixed-pitch (monospace) system font. This stock object is provided only for compatibility with 16-bit Windows versions earlier than 3.0.
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Can anyone suggest a library/control for editing HTML that can be added to a program written in C/C++ that only uses the Windows API (no MFC etc). We currently use nBit's HTML Editor OCX[^] but this has some small issues and hasn't been updated since 2006. The library/control will need to be royalty free.
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I am using visio 2007 in one of the editor in my application, in which I want to add new menu items to the visio objects. That means when I right-click on the object, I should get my new meni item with the sub-menus inside it.The problem here is, I am able to add new menu items to the visio object but sub-menus, I could not add. Can someone help me out by providing me necessary information to resolve this?
CMFCRibbonPanel class do not implement any method for changing the control name at running time,
I think there should be a method like CMFCRibbonPanel::SetName since there is method like CMFCRibbonPanel::GetName so How could we change the name of this control dynamically?
When i resize the dialog, the dialog content are redrawed. However, when i click on tiltle bar and drag the dialog the window is not redrawed .... how can i redraw after moving/draging a dialog from one place to another.?? can i handle Mouse WM_LBUTTONUP. how can i do please help. I am using VC++.2005 with MFC dialogs.
Use a Boolean member variable in your dlg class and initialise it as FALSE. Set it as TRUE in left button Down event. Then check it in the mouse move. If it is true then redraw the dlg contents. Also set it as FALSE in the left button up event.
Actually you need not handle any of these messages, because CDialog will do it for you.
This post is duplicate post of your previous question.didn't the solution posted in previous question help you. I have created a sample, and it's working fine