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CWndSplitter Border

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I have made a splitter view with 4 views. I would like to know how to reduce to the minimum the border between each splitter.

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Question by:rgrand
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V_Bapat earned 50 total points
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CSplitterWnd has two protected members m_cxBorder and m_cyBorder. Set their size to what you want. If you set them to zero, the splitter bar will no longer be visible.
Since these are protected, derive your class from CSplitterWnd and modify them in your derived class.
Example:
1. Derive a class from CSplitterWnd.
2. Add a function

void SetBarWidth(int x, int y)
{
   m_cxBorder = x;
   m_cyBorder = y;
}
3. After you create the splitter in the MainFrame, call
m_mysplitter.SetBarWidth(0, 0);


All the best.

Vicky

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No other comment, Excellent !
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