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[VC++] Slides in MFC

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11-05-2012 04:35 AM



how can I show a slide (SLD) or slides library (SLB) in my MFC Dialog?

Which control I must to use?

To Picture Control can load only ICO or BMP...


I would like to scroll my slides from my source path with DWG files, and next insert chosen block.


I have found an example: http://www.codeforge.com/read/87674/4-1_8.TXT__html

but this is deprecated and (autodesk help):



This function is part of the DCL dialog box API. The DCL mechanism is exported primarily to support AutoLISP and legacy ADSRX applications. Its use in modern ObjectARX contexts has been superceded by other supported SDKs, such as MFC. 


Has someone an example code in VC++??



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Re: [VC++] Slides in MFC

11-05-2012 06:21 AM in reply to: ZK_BUDiKOM

For MFC, your best bet is to convert your .sld files to Windows bitmaps and display those instead. Alternatively, you could use AutoLISP instead (and in AutoLISP, I would use the OpenDCL slide control instead of trying to do it in DCL).

Owen Wengerd

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