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Traverse a list of all controls in a dialog

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I'm looking for a way to traverse all the controls on a dialog in the
order of the tabstop index. Note that I use unmanaged C++, so no
GetTabIndex function afaik.

The ALMOST perfect function for this looks like:

BUT...this function skips controls that are disabled (WS_DISABLED),
and that's a problem, because I want to traverse ALL controls.

So again in short: a way to traverse all controls on a dialog in the
tabstop index order, without skipping disabled ones.

Thank you very much for any directions on how to solve this!

Feb 9 '07 #1
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* SonOfGrey:
The FAQ lists a number of groups that might be suitable for your
question. Which one depends on the platform and GUI framework you're
using. Most probably a group in the ms.* hierarchy (because most OT
posts are about Windows programming, so perhaps yours is also) or e.g.
[] will be suitable.


- Alf

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