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CTabCtrl and Cdialog

Posted on 2011-09-29
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Hello,

Iam using a CTabCtrl that shows different CDialogs. In the past, working with Propery Sheets the Dialogs had te same color than the property sheet ( TabControl). What I have to do to show a CDialog on a CTAbCtrl with the same Background than the CTabCtrl (On Win7 it is white).

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Ocrana
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Hi Ocrana,

the child-dialog's background should be drawn the same as the tab-control's background when you call 'EnableThemeDialogTexture( pChildDlg->GetSafeHwnd(), ETDT_ENABLETAB )' where pChildDlg has to be a pointer to the already created child-dialog.

Hope that helps,

ZOPPO
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