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Automatic Member Listing in VC++

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Hi, I just have a general question about VC++. I''m trying to program using DirectX (I don''t think it''s that important to note this), and when I attempt to call member functions of variables of certain types, the automatic member list doesn''t come up for some reason. For example: g_pD3DX->Resize(... After typing in "->", the member list for g_pD3DX doesn''t automatically pop up. I''m wondering why this is. Anyone got any suggestions as to why this could be happening? By the way, the list DOES pop up for some of the functions, but not all of them. This really annoys me, because I would really like to know what the parameters to these functions are without having to produce a browse file! Thanks. |-|A[k3R$Z R \/\/|-|AT |V|Ak3 t|-|3 \/\/0R|_D g0 R0|_||\|D!!

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Have you included all the .h and .lib files for DirectX in your VC++ workspace?

I find this sometimes makes a difference, and also that VC++ sometimes seems to forget... usually choosing File->Save All... seeems to sort this out, or closing and re-opening the workspace.

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It might work if you add all the headers to your project, save the workspace, reload it, and then remove them from the project. That''s how it worked for me, at least..

Good luck.

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