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Message throw CProperySheet to a CView

Posted on 1998-08-02
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Hi!

Why do I not gett a message (WM_LBUTTONDBLCLK) throw to my View?????

In the dialogbox I have added a TabCtrl and in the CView:: OnInitialUpdate() I am creating the CMyPropertySheet like this:

      m_pObjektSheet = new CObjektPropertySheet(this);
      CWnd* pwndHolder = GetDlgItem(IDC_TAB_OBJEKT);
      if (!m_pObjektSheet->Create( pwndHolder, WS_CHILD | WS_VISIBLE, 0))
      {
            delete m_pObjektSheet;
            m_pObjektSheet = NULL;
            return;
      }

Thanks in advance!

Bertil Morefält
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Hrmm... I don't see how you want this code to work.  Which dialog item are you getting from GetDlgItem???  If you are calling this in your _CView_ derived class, I would be fairly sure that you are getting back null from GetDlgItem, and thus the parent of your object sheet is being set to the main frame instead of the CView window like you want.  Try instead to make the call:
//...
if (!m_pObjektSheet->Create( this, WS_CHILD | WS_VISIBLE, 0))
//...                        ^^^^

I am still not sure of exactly what you are trying to accomplish here... a double-click WHERE is not being sent to the CView?  If this does not solve your problem, a little more verbose description might help.
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