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Embedding DShow property sheets in a dialog

Posted on 2001-08-03
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Hi all.

I'm developing a video player app using DirectX 8 SDK. I build the filter graph and play the video file, or the stream if the source is a device, but I'm having some kind of problems with the look-and-feel of the app. Each of the filters of a graph has a property sheet, and it is easy to display using :

OleCreatePropertyFrame

But it displays a modaless standalone dialog and I don't like it very much. I would like to embed those property sheets in my custom dialogs.

Any idea ?! . Thx
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Hi!
There is article about creating modeless PropertySheetFrame in the MSDN:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q234/5/45.ASP
IMHO It is not so difficult make changes attach modeless dialog as child in the another window.
If you found any troubles let me know.
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by:thebigone
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It worked pretty nice, although it is a bit unconfortable to handle the first time.

Thank u very much

    Bigone
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