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Power++ problem

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Hi,

I think I'm probably the only one out there still using Power++ as their
development environment (even the mailing list for it no longer works), but
I had to find out.

I have a problem with using a tree view. Everything shows fine, everything
works fine. It only comes down to when I double click an item, compared to
pressing enter on it. Both use the same function (i.e tv_menu_DoubleClick).
The tv has user data associated with each item which is deleted before
calling DeleteAll. It also has Icons which are added when the tv is shown
(it is shown and hidden on login/logout).

Now what happens when I press enter is the function logs out successfully,
resets the tv and goes back to the login menu. When I double click it
crashes on ImageList_GetBkColor... which I can't understand why it is being
called.

It is rather frustrating.

Hopefully someone can help.

Regards,
DSXC
Sep 19 '06 #1
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DSXC wrote:
Hi,

I think I'm probably the only one out there still using Power++ as their
development environment (even the mailing list for it no longer works), but
I had to find out.

I have a problem with using a tree view. Everything shows fine, everything
works fine. It only comes down to when I double click an item, compared to
pressing enter on it. Both use the same function (i.e tv_menu_DoubleClick).
The tv has user data associated with each item which is deleted before
calling DeleteAll. It also has Icons which are added when the tv is shown
(it is shown and hidden on login/logout).

Now what happens when I press enter is the function logs out successfully,
resets the tv and goes back to the login menu. When I double click it
crashes on ImageList_GetBkColor... which I can't understand why it is being
called.

It is rather frustrating.

Hopefully someone can help.
No idea, and it is way off-topic (see
<http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lite/how-to-post.html#faq-5.9>).

Cheers! --M

Sep 19 '06 #2

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