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FERNANDO-BRASIL

Child style in the Resource Editor (for Dialogs)

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When I select and Run my program with this style, the dialog box appear bugged, and I can't access it. So, why does it exists? Thank you. [edited by - FERNANDO-BRASIL on September 2, 2002 10:48:26 AM]

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Child windows have to reside within other windows. Buttons, edit controls, and list boxes are examples of child windows. Dialog boxes normally do not have WS_CHILD, except as property pages.

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Thank you mutex!

I asked this because I''m working in an application that have 4 modeless dialogs, and I would like that the principal one, stay always above of the others. Do you know a way to do this?

I tryed to change to WS_CHILD but it didn''t work. I also tryed using WS_POPUP and WS_OVERLAPPED but it also didn''t work.

Is there a way to do that?

Thank you
Fernando

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