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Frances Rose Bauckham

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MULTIPLE DOCUMENT INTERFACE - ORDER OF SCREENS USING MDITILE-VERTICAL

A question I suspect more about professional Windows Programming technique and not specifically Absoft:

One application of mine I have programmed to use two windows.  The main window is to display the main data, and the new window to display the secondary/ancillary data containing standing data and formula.


Using the OPEN statement in the application code it is possible to specifcy the location and co-ordinates of the new window.


However, better still I have managed, upon OPEN to display two semi-full screens in vertical format side-by-side by adding the statement

i = SendMessage(hwndClient, WM_MDITILE,MDITILE_VERTICAL,0)

after 

   hwndChildWindow = SendMessage(hwndClient, WM_MDICREATE, 0,
+                                              LOC(mdicreate))

in the subroutine mrwe_createwindow in mrwe.f.

This works fine, however most annoyingly the second screen always appears on the left.  What I am wondering if there is any mechanism by which the secondary screen can be forced to appear always on the right hand side please?


Hope this makes sense.

Thank you.
 

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