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    Posted: 10 March 2010 at 9:46am
If i add XStremeSkinFramework  in a MFC MDI or SDI application it will autpmaticallly added the classes related to that ocx.

And then if i declared a object of CSkinFramework in CMainFrameWnd Class amd then call the LoadSkin function application gets debug assertion on winocc.app file.

Here is the sample code inside CMainFrame OnCreate :: funtion

    CSkinFramework *m_SkinFramework;
    m_SkinFramework->LoadSkin("C:\\Program Files\\Codejock Software\\ActiveX\\Xtreme SuitePro ActiveX v13.3.1 (30 Day Trial)\\Samples\\SkinFramework\\\Vb\\SkinSDISample\\Styles\\iTunes","Normalitunes.ini");
    m_SkinFramework->ApplyWindow ((long)m_hWnd);

Product: Xtreme SkinFramework
     Platform: Windows XP (32bit) - SP 2
     Language: Visual Basic 6.0, Visual C++ 6.0, VB.NET 2.0

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Hi,

I very recommend check MFC evaluating version. For MFC application, much better use MFC version of our controls.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote bsil Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 March 2010 at 6:07am
Ok I get it. Thank you.
 
One more question though. My product has many applications made in VB6, VC6 and VB.NET. So I will use ActiveX for VB6 and VB.NET, and use MFC version for VC6. If I make custom skin files (*.cjstyles) using SkinBuilder tool, will it have any impact (visually) depending on the technology of (my) application? Will the the rendering of skins will behave differently in VB, VB.NET and VC?
Product: Xtreme SkinFramework
     Platform: Windows XP (32bit) - SP 2
     Language: Visual Basic 6.0, Visual C++ 6.0, VB.NET 2.0

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You can use the same skin file for all.  The COM version is just the MFC version wrapped, so yes, they will behave the same.

See here for how to use the skin builder:

http://forum.codejock.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=10530&KW=skin
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