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HWND window = ::FindWindow(NULL,"Internet connect");
while(window == NULL)
{
window = ::FindWindow(NULL,"Internet connect");
}

HWND general = ::FindWindowEx(window,0,"General",NULL);

I retrieve always general as NULL. I'm using the internet connection
window with winXP where there are two tabs, general and details. How is
possible to retrieve the correct handle to general window?

Jul 23 '06 #1
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On 23 Jul 2006 09:40:31 -0700, "Geky" <at*******@yahoo.comwrote in
comp.lang.c++:
>
HWND window = ::FindWindow(NULL,"Internet connect");
while(window == NULL)
{
window = ::FindWindow(NULL,"Internet connect");
}

HWND general = ::FindWindowEx(window,0,"General",NULL);

I retrieve always general as NULL. I'm using the internet connection
window with winXP where there are two tabs, general and details. How is
possible to retrieve the correct handle to general window?
Post this to news:comp.os.ms-windows.programmer.win32. It is a
Windows API question, not a C++ language question.

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