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Redraw after WM_SIZE

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I have an mfc-application that I want to be able to resize, so whenever I get a WM_SIZE message  I recalculate the size of each control in the window. If I resize horizontally everything works fine, but if I resize vertically the window and the controlls are not repainted correctly. If I get a WM_PAINT message due to minimize or another window ontop it looks great, but how do I set the window to repaint automaticly as it does when resizing horizontally?

I know there are styles as CS_VREDRAW and CS_HREDRAW which should be set when registrating the class, but since mfc does that for me I have no clue in how to do this.

/ Andreas
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how about invalidaterect() and updatewindow()?
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