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QuestionProper response From WSAEWOULDBLOCK return code From CAsyncSocket::Connect Pin
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QuestionWindow does not restore properly. Pin
cpp_prgmer11-Jan-12 5:53
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I have pop-up dialog that I custom paint in the client rect and show it in the titlebar of my MDI application. Then I use SetWindowPos such that my dialog stays in the desired relative position on the titlebar, whenever the main window is resized\moved.
Everything works fine, except when I minimize the main window. Clicking on the window icon in taskbar does not restore it, but the icon changes to that shown for an active window. I can however right-click on the icon and say "Restore" or "Maximize" to do the same.
Can someone tell me what I am missing? Does it have something to do with WS_CLIPSIBLINGS in the windows styles when its created?

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