>The event you are looking for is WM_SETTINGCHANGE message.
>However this is not recommended to move your controls. This can irritate the
>user. It is usually better to redesign dialog so that all edit boxes are
>visible when SIP is up. If this can't be done, devide your dialog into
>several dialogs and make a property sheet/wizard from them.
Perhaps I've been misreading, but the books and articles I've seen
emphasize the importance of resizing in response to WM_SETTINGCHANGE.
But I rather like your idea, because none of my apps resize
themselves. They work well enough so no one thinks resizing is a high
priority. Now I have a reason to ignore WM_SETTINGCHANGE, unless it is
a problem for a specific screen.
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>> Hi all.
>> I am using dialog based application.in MFC evc 3.0
>> I have several input fields on my dialog.When ever i one SIP for inputting
>> i am unable to see the characters typed in.SO the solution for this is to
>> resize the window while opening the sip and again reverting to old state
>> when sip is down.
>> In which events do we need to handle this situation.
>> If any one has peice of code for resizing , please send me .
>> Thanx in advance.
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