I do not call the default constructor, but my self written one, also the parameter lists match.
Since you've written one constructor the compiler provide no more the default one (that is sometimes required). Probably you should write the default constructor for your class (i.e. please report the exact error message and the offending line content).
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I wrote a default constructor (empty and parameterless) and now it works. However, I do not know why; the default constructor is never called.
By the way, I know that a default constructor is not any self written one^^
If you can provide a sample code, it will help to understand the problem well.
Hope, your problem might be like the following one.
CTest( int a ) // since there is a constructor, the compiler won't generate
// the default (no-argument) constructor.
CTest Object; // Here, we are trying to invoke the no-argument constructor.
// So the error C2512 comes.
// To solve the problem, define a no-artument constructor.
// CTest Object( 1 ); Otherwise, you should declare the object like this.
We need a custom button or custom graphic to be able to have multiple select points. We have looked at Button Objx and other tools but no luck yet. Eg. have a vehicle button or graphic and based on selection, eg. doors, hood, wheels, etc. go to different events or mark selections. We would need an outline front/back of a human body as well. Also, would need graphic/button to be able to be resized based on resolution.
Any ideas of what we can do.
- Create a bitmap of a car.
- define rectangles where the user may click on. Save those rectangles (origins and sizes) in an array or file
- run the program and measure its screen-size
- calculate the difference in size of the screen and the bitmap in a ratio
- read in the bitmap and put it on screen. Stretch it when needed (use StretchBlt() ?)
- read in the rectangles
- When stretched multiply all coords of the rectangles with the ratio.
- program the actions
- Monitor the mouse up messages: when the mouse is in one of the rectangles, invoke the corresponding action.
If you still have time over:
- take the bitmap and cut out every rectangle, colorize it a bit and save it as a new bitmap. Now every rectangle has a (sub)bitmap that can be displayed while the mouse hoovers over the rectangle (you'll need to monitor mouse moves also) ..
actually i have three columns in my list view
column1 column2 column3
when i drag the first column(column1) to second column(column2)
second coloum will be in first columns position and first columns position .
I would like to increase the size of the window showing the month, that appears if you click on the dropdown-icon. The problem is, I don't have a clue how to do that, because it is drag and drop from the tools. I would be happy about any sugestions.
I don't know if i made myself completly clear. I want to change the size of the window, that is only visible at run time. You can only resize the dropdownbar, when you add it to the dialog and not the window showing the selection area for the date. http://msdn.microsoft.com/de-de/library/4xyy1csh.aspx