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Posted on 1998-12-02
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How do I add a new message to a control?
For e.g.The Edit Box control does not have Mouse Double
Click Message map entry in the Class Wizard. How do I add this?

Thaaaanks.
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Question by:Thirstyplusplus
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by:Bridge
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You should be able to access the WM_LBUTTONDBLCLK for an overridden CEdit object through Class Wizard.
Rebuild the class wizard database and try again.
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It's not as simple as adding that message to classwizard. An edit box notifies its parent of its content/state changes, an edit box does not care to tell its parent about mouse events, but it does care to tell when it gets the focus, maybe following a mouse click.

The only way to do this is to derive your own class from CEdit. In that implementation you will overrid the double-click handler. In that override you might want to tell the parent of that event.

To use your own edit box in the dialog you need to include your header file in the dialog. Then add a member variable of type CEdit. In the generated classwizard entry replace the CEdit by CMyEdit.
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by:Thirstyplusplus
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In Class Wizrd generated message map entries message handlers can
be selectively attached or deleted at will for a given Control.

In my application I derived CMyEdit from CEdit and added the
WM_LBUTTONDBLCLK message. Now every edit control created from
'CMyedit' invoke this new message handler. This is undesirable
in certain circumstances.

Does that mean I have to derive a new class every time I need
different event handler for the same control?

Thanks.



 

 
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You could code your control to know what it has or doesn't have to intercept.  But it is not that penalizing to override these handlers and post them to the parent. Just code your parent so it takes care of what it needs from each control selectively.
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Thank you plaroche.





 

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