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How to disable a CButton (radio button)?

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How to disable a CButton (radio button)?
in runtime

i couldn find a funktion like CButtbin m_R1.disable();
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by:leflon
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hi dkloeck,
if m_R1 is your CButton (or derived) you can use m_R1->Enable(FALSE) to disable and m_R1->Enable() to enable the button.

hth
leflon
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bkfirebird earned 80 total points
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it would be m_R1.EnableWindow (FALSE)
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by:leflon
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oopps,
too used working with pointers :)

bkfirebird is right

if
CButton m_R1;        // which ever Button you use
m_R1.Enable(...);

or
CButton* m_R1;
// assign some Button to pointer
m_R1->Enable(...);

leflon
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