|Re: CLabel's don't do mnemonics? [message #445246 is a reply to message #445243]
||Fri, 29 October 2004 14:39
| Eddie Galvez
Registered: July 2009
Hehe, I indeed just found your entries in the bug list, indirectly since |
somehow my mnemonics now appear to be broken (they are in a view, in a
CTabFolder) so I was looking for info about that.
Indeed, I just resorted to two labels. Just feels a bit... contrived, I
By the way, where can I read more about exactly how the mnemonics are
connected to items? Is there no way to programatically assign the mnemonic
to a specific control, just in case the "next widget" algorithm doesn't work
properly? (or the layout on the UI isn't quite what is expected) ?
"Veronika Irvine" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Why are you using a CLabel? If all you want is a label with text and an
> image, just create two labels, one with text and one with an image. Labels
> support mnemonics and you would be able to adjust the spacing as desired.
> "Eddie Galvez" <eddie@_nospam_grassybrook.com> wrote in message
>>I can't believe it - CLabel's don't do mnemonics?
>> What would be the best way to do this?
>> And while on the topic of CLabel's, it would be nice if GAP was
>> modifiable by the API.
>> - Eddie
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