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CSpinButtonCtrl Disable/Enable

Posted on 2001-06-12
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Can you disable, the UP/DOWN button, in a CSpinbuttonCtrl.. I don't wanna disable both up/down..

How is it done ?
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Question by:win32
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by:MichaelS
ID: 6182273
Did you tried EnableWindow(FALSE)?
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by:win32
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Now see thats the problem MichaelS if i do it like that I will enable/disable all of the button..
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by:sedgwick
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if u wanna disable one of them u need to post your e-mail address and i'll send u a sample program since its pretty long (but not difficult though)
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sedgwick earned 100 total points
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or go to the link below and download it, whatever u like:
http://codeproject.com/miscctrl/lbspin.asp
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by:win32
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I can see that.. Hmm but it's not realy cool, youd would have to overload that standard MFC class, because it is not included..

There is no other way ?
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by:sri_darr
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The other way is to process the click :-) ... Jokes apart ... What you cd do is leave it enabled .. and OnClick of that spin button you wd anyway get the message and when u get the message as say an UPSPIN, and your program knows that it should not UPSPIN - just give a BEEP and don't process further.
In essence, just add the BEEP in you OnClick function when u don't need it.
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by:sedgwick
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win32: no other way dude, and let me disagree, i think this smart spin control is totaly cool and no hard work too.
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by:MadYugoslav
ID: 6184973
Try to set range of spin control to Min, Max.
Then Set position to Min or Max to disable Up or DOWN arrow.
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by:win32
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Sure sedqwick it's cool, just a bit of code to get the job done, but thanks for the help :-)
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by:win32
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Sure sedqwick it's cool, just a bit of code to get the job done, but thanks for the help :-)
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