MFC Programming question
Posted on 1997-07-28
I'm trying to customize the file open dialog in Windows 95. The basic method of designing a child template and having the controls automatically added to the bottom of the default dialog works fine. However, I want to place these controls to the side of the default controls. So I'm using the stc32 method. However, I'm getting some weird placement behaviour. Is there a way to pull in the default template (like you would if you were making changes to the win 3.1 version of the default dialog) so that I can quickly at my controls and be done with it?
My controls are a list box, a static label, and two buttons. I don't know how this formatting is goning to look but the basic gist is I'd like two buttons beside the Open and Cancel buttons and I'd like the list box to be the height of the window and to the right of the default controls.
Look in |____________| Files Selected
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File name: [EF] [open btn] [my btn] | |
Files of type [EF] [cncl btn] [my btn2] |___________|
I'm using DevStudio vs 5.0 on Windows 95