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Multiselect on CFileDialog (VC5)

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I can only select 13 files, if more than this number the GetPathName or GetNextPathName will return a string "||", what's wrong with this ?
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look like 13 file-names overload the buffer or something.
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Hi ahTri
This is because CFileDialog set the buffer which stores the file names(lpstrFile member of OPENFILENAME struct) to 260 chars.

To verify this call ::CommDlgExtendedError function and you will get the error : FNERR_BUFFERTOOSMALL

You can derive a class from CFileDialog and set the buffer size to what you want.

Download the sample application from this site:
http://support.microsoft.com/download/support/mslfiles/OfnKing.EXE 

The buffer size is defined by the member variable m_szBigBuffer in CustomFileDialog.h

Try it out.

Vicky
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