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Old March 31st, 2006, 02:56 AM
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Default Window visible in taskbar

Hi All,

Iam working with a ListControl whose parent is a dialog.want to place a tree control on a particular cell on the listcontrol,which on doubleclicking should open up(ie: the width & height of this tree control exceeds the dialog boundary).

Like in ComboBox control, where the list visible, goes beyond the dialog boundary.

Tried somethings like

Everything works fine apart from 1 problem.I can see the newly created window(the treecontrol) on my taskbar.
wHAT should I do to avoid that...



Old March 31st, 2006, 04:21 AM
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Have seen that My call to
treeControl.ShowWindow(true), is bringing up this window.
If I comment out this statement,No window is poping up on doubleclicking on the cell.


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