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MDI Flicker

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I have a MDI app with a treeview that controls the displaying/activation of
a MDI Child. Problem is that
when activating/showing the MDI child, I get a flicker caused by the
Repaint of the activated child.

Question is: How do I turn off the repaint until the child has rendered
all of its controls ?

Many Thanks
Feb 15 '06 #1
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Hello, Jon,

I'm not exactly sure of your situation, but I think you may find
"SuspendLayout" and "ResumeLayout" helpful for this.

Cheers,
Randy
Jon Turner wrote:
I have a MDI app with a treeview that controls the displaying/activation of
a MDI Child. Problem is that
when activating/showing the MDI child, I get a flicker caused by the
Repaint of the activated child.

Question is: How do I turn off the repaint until the child has rendered
all of its controls ?

Many Thanks

Feb 16 '06 #2

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