<!– Article Starts –>The Problem
If you use CFrameWnd‘s LoadBarState()/SaveBarState() to remember the positions of the control bars, you may run into this while developing your app – if you change the bar IDs, or simply remove a bar (it is no longer created in CMainFrame::OnCreate()), your app will crash.
Why? Because in the LoadBarState() [...]
<!– Article Starts –>Introduction
This is an alternative to the standard toolbar control. To use it, just replace your CToolBar objects with CTapeToolBar objects – easy as that!
When you call CTapeToolBar::SetTape() the toolbar is transformed into a ticker-tape style [...]
This article demonstrates an easy way to add text to a docking tool bar. I needed to add text to the toolbar for my dBase Explorer project (visit my web site for detail information: http://www.codearchive.com/~dbase/). Although I found some articles on it in the code projects site. Most of them are difficult to implement and you need to [...]
The class CSwCtl (derived from CControlBar) fixes itself on the left hand edge of the main frame and can be used to provide a user interface for any tree like hierarchy of data, typically as a starting point user interface for your app.
An example for [...]
Figure 1. Illustration of what this Renderer implementation does, with a comparison screenshot of Visual Studio. Introduction
I was developing an IDE-like software project and was looking around for a ToolStripRenderer class written in C# which would aid me in making my MenuStrip, ContextMenuStrip, and ToolStrip controls look more like Visual [...]