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Old October 1st, 2004, 06:13 AM
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Default How to avoid flickering of controls on CFormview


I have a CFormView with many controls. When I try to resize the view i.e child frame, there is a lot of flickering of all the controls. Can anyone please help to to remove this filckering of controls.


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If you changing the size of the controls or doing something like that, wait until you are done with the resizing of the view and then resize your controls.

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