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I am currently refreshing my memory on the basics of the Win32 API, and well, I have run into an interesting problem. I wanted to figure out how to call dialog boxes, so after creating a dialog boxes and writing all the code that I needed too, I ran into an interesting problem. All my dialogs appear black except for the controls on the dialog box. I for one cannot figure out what the hell is going on. It cannot be a driver problems, as well, other programs that are doing the same thing work. I have scoured MSDN and the Visual Studio .NET docs for an answer and so far, have found nothing. Here is the source: http://home.earthlink.net/~swalters4/ ------------------------------ "I'm a decorated astronaut, I don't make those kind of mistakes." "Oh now wait a minute. Look I'll show ya. I'll enter the same calculations using what we like to call 'The Right Way'." [edited by - Remnex on February 6, 2003 8:28:56 PM] [edited by - Remnex on February 6, 2003 8:29:29 PM]

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In your dialog procedure, you must call DefDlgProc the same as if you were calling DefWindowProc

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Original post by daerid
In your dialog procedure, you must call DefDlgProc the same as if you were calling DefWindowProc

  INT_PTR CALLBACK DialogProc( HWND hwndDlg, UINT uMsg, WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam ){	switch( uMsg )	{		case WM_INITDIALOG:						return true;			break;		case WM_COMMAND:			switch( LOWORD( wParam ) )			{				case IDOK:					DestroyWindow( hwndDlg );					return true;			}	}	return( DefDlgProc( hwndDlg, uMsg, wParam, lParam ) );}

This just causes the program to quit.

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I fixed the problem. All is well.

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