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Hi , still a question with my damned modeless dialog box :).

When i execute from my CmainFrame a modeless dialog box (you know tihtou using DoModel , using Create instead to run it), i didn't found in the classwizard how to disable the ESCAPE key . If the user press ESCAPE in the Modelles dialog box , i dunno how to make the window still visible , and what code is send to the dialog box or to the Main frame window (MDI apI) thanx for da answer ..
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Pressing ESC is the same as clicking the Cancel button in a modal or modeless dialog box. You can override CDialog::OnCancel() function.


CDialog::OnCancel

virtual void OnCancel( );
 
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The framework calls this member function when the user clicks the Cancel button or presses the ESC key in a modal or modeless dialog box.
Override this member function to perform Cancel button action. The default simply terminates a modal dialog box by calling EndDialog and causing DoModal to return IDCANCEL.
If you implement the Cancel button in a modeless dialog box, you must override the OnCancel member function and call DestroyWindow from within it. Don’t call the base-class member function, because it calls EndDialog, which will make the dialog box invisible but not destroy it.


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