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Posted on 2000-03-08
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I have a floating CToolbar in the CMainframe.  When the user closes the toolbar using the toolbar's [X] button, does the toolbar notifies the parent mainframe?

If yes, how do i catch this notification message?

If no, what should i do so that my Mainframe is aware that the toolbar has been closed by the user?

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Question by:leowlf
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by:inpras
ID: 2599108
Hi
Create UR own class say CMyToolBar
derive it from CToolBar
then chenge UR initial tool bar object to the type of CMyToolBar
Map WM_CLOSE of CMyToolBar U will get the notification
Hope this helps
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by:leowlf
ID: 2599405
It doesn't work.  

The CMyToolBar::OnClose() wasn't called when the user closes the CMyToolBar using the toolbar's [x] button.

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nutsnuts earned 50 total points
ID: 2600937
Just implement the CMyToolBar as inpras has mentioned. But override the OnWindowPosChanged(WINDOWPOS FAR* lpwndpos) function. Write some codes like this:

      if (lpwndpos->flags & SWP_HIDEWINDOW)
      {
            //Here is your notification code;
      }

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by:vachooho
ID: 2602682
Do as inpras suggested
but map WM_SYSCOMMAND message
in the sys command handler add the following lines

void CMyToolBar::OnSysCommand(UINT nID, LPARAM lParam)
{
      if ((nID/* & 0xFFF0*/) == SC_CLOSE)
      {
// your toolbar is being closed
// notify parent
// say
GetParent()->PostMessage(WM_COMMAND, ID_TOOLBARCLOSING);
      }
      else
      {
            CToolBar::OnSysCommand(nID, lParam);
      }
}

and be sure you have changed
CToolBar m_wndToolBar;
to
CMyToolBar m_wndToolBar;

in your CMainFrame cpp file

Hope this helps
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by:leowlf
ID: 2604049
NutsNuts's answer works.

vachooho's suggestion of using WM_SYSCOMMAND doesn't works in my application.  The void CMyToolBar::OnSysCommand(UINT nID, LPARAM lParam) is never called.

Thank you guys.
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