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Classes and Member functions combos

There used to be a classes and member functions combos on top of the code
window (like vb6)
Now they are all .cpp listed with the code window
underneath it. Where can I find back the old combo helpers?
Thanks
Jack
Jun 21 '06 #1
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> There used to be a classes and member functions combos on top of the code
window (like vb6)
Now they are all .cpp listed with the code window
underneath it. Where can I find back the old combo helpers?

if you open a code file (.cpp or .cs for example) you will still see the 2
combo boxes.

the only difference with VC6 is that they are now placed in the code view
instead of in the toolbar. I don't think you can change that.
I think this is better, because they only make sense when you are working in
a code file. this way the comboboxes don't use space when you are doing
something else.

Is there a specific reason why you want to use the old style?

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Kind regards,
Bruno.
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Jun 21 '06 #2

"Bruno van Dooren" <br**********************@hotmail.com> ׫]„:65**********************************@micros oft.com...
There used to be a classes and member functions combos on top of the code
window (like vb6)
Now they are all .cpp listed with the code window
underneath it. Where can I find back the old combo helpers?

if you open a code file (.cpp or .cs for example) you will still see the 2
combo boxes.


No, I don't see it. I opened a code file, but the comboboxes are still
unavailable?
But since you said that it could be seen thru class view, I will give it a
try. Thanks
Jack
the only difference with VC6 is that they are now placed in the code view
instead of in the toolbar. I don't think you can change that.
I think this is better, because they only make sense when you are working
in
a code file. this way the comboboxes don't use space when you are doing
something else.

Is there a specific reason why you want to use the old style?

--

Kind regards,
Bruno.
br**********************@hotmail.com
Remove only "_nos_pam"

Jun 21 '06 #3
>>> There used to be a classes and member functions combos on top of the
code
window (like vb6)
Now they are all .cpp listed with the code window
underneath it. Where can I find back the old combo helpers?

if you open a code file (.cpp or .cs for example) you will still see the
2
combo boxes.


No, I don't see it. I opened a code file, but the comboboxes are still
unavailable?
But since you said that it could be seen thru class view, I will give it a
try. Thanks
Jack


which version of vc do you use?
IF you open a code file (i.e. you are looking at the code itself, not a form
or whatever)
you should see the comboboxes right at the top of the code window.

--

Kind regards,
Bruno van Dooren
br**********************@hotmail.com
Remove only "_nos_pam"
Jun 21 '06 #4
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"Bruno van Dooren" <br**********************@hotmail.com>
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if you open a code file (.cpp or .cs for example) you will still see the
2
combo boxes.


No, I don't see it. I opened a code file, but the comboboxes are still
unavailable?
But since you said that it could be seen thru class view, I will give it a
try. Thanks


There's an option in Tools|Options somewhere that controls the visiblity of
the two combo boxes. At the moment, I can't find it though :( But I know
it's in there somewhere - have a look around.

-cd
Jun 21 '06 #5

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