Just telling you guys of one of my "aha" moments I had. I design my .res files using BRW 4.5 and somehow I decided at some moment to add a shade style (looks like a line) into my dialog. After compiling I was pretty surprised that the DialogBoxParam always came out of his function with a terrible '-1' ... Searching right and left I discovered that the shade thingy was the malefactor... So, beware of the shade! JimmyClif
Posted on 2000-11-26 17:46:00 by JimmyClif
Actually I don't think it's a bug. Borland added "Borland-specific" extension to the resource script. It won't be noticeable IF you compile and use the resource script with borland tools.
Posted on 2000-11-27 00:46:00 by Iczelion
Think you are right, let's call it a feature then ;)
Posted on 2000-11-27 14:37:00 by JimmyClif
I once did the same thing and my program only worked when BRW was running... I forgot what exactly caused it but I think it had something to do with the dll's BRW loaded (like ctl3d or something)
Posted on 2000-11-27 17:03:00 by Thomas
Heh, believe me, I know the troubles of BCW. In fact, I posted several questions on Iczelion's original board about why my dialog boxes weren't working. I didn't notice the Borland specific components at all. I stopped buying Borland products just shortly after that. :)
Posted on 2000-11-27 20:24:00 by Racso
I've found the BC++ 5.0 Dialog Editor to be the one of the best. It is not a stand alone product but I believe you can even run bcw from CD if you do not want to install it. Here is a link for ver 5.02 . Well worth the 30$ http://www.mcp.com/detail.cfm?item=1575953021 James
Posted on 2000-11-29 08:37:00 by jcfuller