My Status Bar Issue. Need Help.

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    My Status Bar Issue. Need Help.

    Hi,

    Good day.

    I got a problem about My Status bar.
    Current Capture: attached Tool.jpg.
    When i changed the size of my window. The Status bar can't move...
    Issue Capture: attached too Tool1.jpg.

    I add the code at my resource file.

    Any help will be appreciated.



    AppResource.rc
    Code:
    	EDITTEXT        IDC_VIEW_SESSION_NAME,6,297,301,11,WS_DISABLED
    AppDlg.cpp
    // The Tree Control right at top of the my Status Bar.
    Code:
    CRect MyAppDlg::GetTreeRect()
    {
    	CRect rect, rectHead;
    	GetClientRect(&rect);
    
    	rectHead.left = static_cast<int>(rect.left + rect.Width() * 0.02);
    	rectHead.top = static_cast<int>(rect.top + 95);
    	rectHead.right = static_cast<int>(rect.left + rect.Width() * 0.98);
    	rectHead.bottom = static_cast<int>(rect.top + rect.Height() * 0.95);
                    
    	return rectHead;
    
    }
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    Can you post your OnSize() handler?
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    Code:
    void MyAppDlg::OnSize(UINT nType, int cx, int cy)
    {
    	if(m_bInit == true)
    	{
    		
    		m_TreeCommand.MoveWindow(GetTreeRect(), TRUE);
    	}
    
    	Invalidate();
    
    	CDialog::OnSize(nType, cx, cy);
    	if ( !IsWindowVisible() )
    		return;
    }
    Thanks a lot.
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    I can't see the code where you move the status window (only the Treeview).

    Is the status bar a child of the dialog or the treeview? (appears to be treeview where it should be the Dialig, or CMainFrame if you want the MFC OnSize to auto handle the resize).
    Last edited by novacain; 10-18-2009 at 11:50 PM.
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    @novacain, thank you.

    Acturally, The status bar added by mysel. TreeView is a existed Controlor for my Application.
    I think i want to handle my Status bar with the CMainFrame.

    I don't want to add some status bar code in the TreeView controlor.

    But i don't know how to...
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    You need to write a resize handler for the status bar (similar to the one you have for the Treeview).

    Make the Status bar a child and a member variable of the MainApp (just like the Treeview).

    Call both the size handlers (Treeview and Status bar) in the main apps OnSize().
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    Is there a reason you aren't using the CStatusBar class?

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    @novacain. Thanks a lot for your guide. I would try it right now.

    @DaveH. Thank you too. Yes, i still didn't use the CStatusBar class. I plan to learn it soon.
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    CStatusBar will have the functionality you are looking for, built into the class. Less headaches, but there is a lot of value in doing things yourself.

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