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Is there a way to create Dynamic splitter windows in dialogs? I am using Visual C++ 4.0 and while i have been able to create static splitter windows in a dialog box, i am unable to create dynamic splitter windows. Please help
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by:Bayo
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why don't you try Borland C++ builder V3?
it's too easy


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why don't you try Borland C++ builder V3?
it's too easy


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I've don splitters in dialogs, but don't know what you mean dynamic or static...
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by:gysbert1
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I have had the same problem i C++ builder V3 !

If you create the splitters statically (in the designer) they perform fine. They do however not have a way of knowing between which controls they should be and if you create them dynamically they appear just about anywhere. (usually on the bottom or top of the window being useless, fun resizing the statusbar though ...)
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Well if dynamic means you do it in code, here's a sample dialog app that I did a while ago to test the methodology.

<a href="http://www.berksnet.com/public/splitdlg.zip"> http://www.berksnet.com/public/splitdlg.zip</a>

How the heck do you do splitters statically? In MSVC or only builder?

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Sample splitter code also available through  http://www.berksnet.com/VisualC.htm

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