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Hi,

I tryed to implemten OnMouseMove(xx), in my programm, but the function "OnMouseMove" is not called, when the mouse is moved.. What have I forgot to implemten ?

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Meir Rivkin earned 80 total points
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if u implement OnMouseMove manually without using the wizard u may forgot the message map.
when u add message handler usualy u need to add 3 things:
1. declare the function on header
2. add the messager handler on MESSAGE MAP on cpp
3. implementation the function

1.afx_msg void OnMouseMove(UINT nFlags, CPoint point);

2.BEGIN_MESSAGE_MAP(CZ3View, CScrollView)
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ON_WM_MOUSEMOVE() //this is what u might forgot...

3.void CMyView::OnMouseMove(UINT nFlags, CPoint point)
{
//implementation code comes here
}

good luck
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by:gilad_no
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If you are using multiple windows, you might want to use SetCapture to catch all keyboard & mouse input of your window.
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