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I have create  a framewnd and a toolbar of it in an
activex control. The problem is when the toolbar is floating
I press it's docksite's close button, the window is not closed. When i move it, its's hide, and the floating frame is becoming small. While, in a stand program, this will not
accur. I feel tired, who can help me?
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JoeDol earned 150 total points
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Your problem is that the ActiveX control doesn't have a message pump of its own, it relies on your hosting app message pump.
The messages sent to any child window created by your ActiveX control are not received by your ActiveX control.
To resolve that you have to install a hook from your ActiveX control in the application message pump.
This is described in a a technical note in the microsoft knowledge base: article ID Q194294.
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by:hilcy
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Oh, I wouldn't do it that way, and i didn't find the article your referred, perhaps the msdn
on my computer is not contain it.

Thanks for your help
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