I have a TreeCtrl in Dialog box with check boxes for each of its item.
How is it possible to determine the checked item, at runtime, when the user clicks in checkbox of that item of TreeCtrl.
I want to determine the checked item at runtime(when user checks the checkbox) so that I can add it to ListBox simultaniously.
How can one acheive the above?
Anyway, regarding WM_LBUTTONDOWN. It does work as long as you call the base class version first - I just checked i.e.
void CTreeappView::OnLButtonDown(UINT nFlags, CPoint point)
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