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Dear friends i have a great problem, I want to change the text of button Open and Cancel,
because i translate it in italian language.
I try with use the IDOK and IDCANCEL but in this way doesn't work.
I want to change the string  "File name" and "File of type" too.

tanks
Tonygnos From Italy
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by:Tonygnos
ID: 8112286
help me
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by:williamcampbell
ID: 8112629


  One way would be to look for the window

  CWnd* pFileNameWnd = myFileDlg.FindWindow ( "static", "File name:");

  pFileNameWnd->SetWindowText ( "Itialian File Name" );

 Another way

  Each of the controls in CFileDialog has an ID
 
  So experiment
 
  CWnd *pWnd = (CWnd*)GetDlgItem ( 1 );

  if ( pWnd )
      pWnd->SetWindowText ( "Test" );

  Until you find the right ID. The RC file for common dialogs exists somewhere I cant remember where though.


 
 
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by:Tonygnos
ID: 8118352
No, in this way doesn't work too
i'm sorry
Heeeeelp me please!
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by:hoabeo
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I think you should create new class that derive from CFileDialog.
On the OnInitDialog function, you call the following:

CWnd* pParent = GetParent();
if (pParent)
    pParent->SetDlgItemText(nID, (LPCSTR)string);

Where nID maybe IDOK, IDCANCEL, or whatever values that you can spy from the standard FileDialog, and string is what you want to set for that control
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by:williamcampbell
ID: 8123528

 Have you tried changing to the Italian Locale?

 Maybe FileDialog already supports Italian!
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by:jadams117
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I've done something similar before. As hoabeo says, you should derive a class from CFileDialog but override OnInitDone() instead of OnInitDialog()

Then you can change the text of the buttons using:
SetControlText(IDOK, _T("Italian Open"));
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by:jadams117
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I just had another look and to find the identifiers for the items in the dialog, take a look at..

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/winui/winui/windowsuserinterface/userinput/commondialogboxlibrary/aboutcommondialogboxes/openandsaveasdialogboxes.asp

There is a table of identifier names near the bottom of the article, under the title "Explorer-Style Control Identifiers"
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by:Tonygnos
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thanks to all but i resolve my problem jet.
i override OninitDialog and i use SetControlText routine.
but I have another question always on CFileDialog window : what are the ID of the text that compare when you go with the mouse on  the explorer icon(up on level,create new folder,list details) or wich kind of command i have to use to hide this function on CfileDialog?

thanks to all
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In your derived class override OnInitDone() function and put in something like..

void CMyFileDialog::OnInitDone()
{
     // set text in buttons
     GetParent()->SetDlgItemText(IDOK, "&Hello");
     GetParent()->SetDlgItemText(IDCANCEL, "&Goodbye");

     // get pointer to toolbar containing controls at top-left of dialog
     // look up CToolBarCtrl in MSDN to see members of this object
     CToolBarCtrl *pToolBar = (CToolBarCtrl*) CWnd::FromHandle(FindWindowEx(*GetParent(), NULL, "ToolbarWindow32", NULL));

     // the IDs of the toolbar buttons are
     // 0xA001 - up one level button
     // 0xA002 - create new folde button
     // 0xA003 - list button
     // 0xA004 - details button

     // e.g. set the state of the 'create new folder' button
     pToolBar->SetState(0xA002, TBSTATE_INDETERMINATE);

     // the indices of the toolbar buttons are
     // 0 - separator
     // 1 - up one level button
     // 2 - separator
     // 3 - create new folder button
     // 4 - separator
     // 5 - list button
     // 6 - details button

     // e.g. delete all buttons
     for (int i = pToolBar->GetButtonCount(); i; i--)
          pToolBar->DeleteButton(0);
}
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by:Tonygnos
ID: 8135342
Thanks to all but jadams117 given to me a exhaustive answer.
Great.
Thakyou very mutch
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