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Disable slider during runtime

Posted on 1997-07-31
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Hi,
I wonder how to disable a slider control during runtime.

I also have a problem with disabling radiobutton(s) during run time. I've tried with the funktion
DisableButton("button id") but the compiler didn't recognize the funktion.

Very glad for answers as always.
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Try the function EnableWindow( hWnd, bEnable) and set bEnable to FALSE. The hWnd is the handle to the button. If you are using MFC use
m_Button.EnableWindow(bEnable);
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