Hello again,

I found this example in MFC. Unfortunately my little brain cannot comprehend how it is done :shock:, and even less how to translate it in asm :sad:.

Is there some similar ASM example out there, that I can get inspiration from?

Best regards,

Bogdan
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Posted on 2012-03-04 06:12:20 by bogroca
I doubt anyone will do the translation for you.  You can do it yourself easily using a C compiler with a simple command line option to generate an assembly listing.
Posted on 2012-03-04 11:07:52 by p1ranha
It would be in your best interest to learn a little C, since you will find many samples in C.
Posted on 2012-03-04 11:33:06 by Gunner
With (a lot of guessing and no source code peeking) I assume (and you know what that means) that he uses a custom control.

Execution sounds fairly straight forward.

a) Create a Custom Status Bar Control with the same features as a regular StatusBar Control. (It's a window which sticks to the bottom of another window. It has a grip thingy on the right which you need to handle yourself to resize the window.)

b) Plopp other controls on your StatusBar and give the user some kind of structure to set some options for each control.
Posted on 2012-03-04 12:27:07 by JimmyClif
I found my pants!
Posted on 2012-03-06 00:41:14 by Homer