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    Posted: 15 May 2003 at 2:28am


I've just installed the the 3.0 version of Xtreme Toolkit, I used 2.0 before.

I'm now having trouble with the CXTDockWindow::CreateFrameDocView() function. I'm using a CXTTabCtrlBar with two tabs, each tab has it's own CView and CDocument derived classes. The views are working with different documents. I only get the first view visible, the second view is not showing up.

I've read the KB article "005.007 - HOW TO: Use views with docking windows" for more details". But that didn't help me.

In version 2.0 I used CXTTabCtrlBar::AddView() (which worked perfectly for me), but unfortunately that method is now depreciated.

Do you have any idea on how to use a CXTTabCtrlBar with two of more tabs, and each tab has it's own document?

Sorry for my bad english.

Regards, Jonas

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Please take a look at the TabCtrlBar sample project, in MainFrm.cpp around line 60 you will see how this is done for a tab control bar.  Please let me know if this helps.


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