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D3D IM and MFC

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I''ve got D3D IM running in a Appwizard generated MDI app... it works fine, closes fine, but when I try to close the current view, and open an new View Window, I get access violations. I haven''t changed anything in the Doc class, most all of the code is in the View class I init d3d in CView''s OnInitialUpdate() function. I shutdown d3d in CView''s OnDestroy() function. All rendering is done in CView''s OnUpdate function. Anyone have any ideas?

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Hmm. Are you calling the default OnDestroy() when you''re done? One thing many people forget is that a lot of stuff goes on in these calls, and if you don''t do the normal logic with it you can wind up with a semi-destroyed window and a lot of odd behaviour.

Other places to shutdown you might try would be an OnClose override or in the destructor of the view.

If this doesn''t help tell me. I don''t usually check this forum so e-mail or icq works (I''m only here because I saw your note in mine...)


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