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adding acieveX contol in VC++ applications

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i developed a new control that has a set of instances of other object inside it (such as buttons and labels), i want to use this object in dialog based application on VC++, but when i add it, VC++ shows it to me during design time as white rectangle without any instance inside it, but at run time everything is OK

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when i use the same control useing Visual basic , this thing does not exist, it just appear on VC++ design time....
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by:sedgwick
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so whta is the problem then?
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by:raqadi
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the problem is that i need to see the objects inside the ActiveX control during the design time of the application, as i tell before it apears as a white rectangle without anything inside.
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by:Nutty104
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You will probably have to override the virtual OnDraw() method.
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by:raqadi
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its overrided probably, and the evedince on that it works prbably on VB and VC++ run time.....
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Try to re pain the constituent controls inside your application agian !!
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