Why this happen? is it a bug of mfc9.0
I write a program in vc++ 2008,and i want to make it support multiple
language. so i write a dll with all the resource build in it ,then i use the
function : LoadLibrary to Load the resource dll. last i use
AfxSetResourceHandle(hCurrLanguageInstanceHandle);still now the application
but when i change the visual style. for example i change the style to office
2007(blue style), the application will stop at line 7 below..
can someone help me. thanks !!!!!!
1 CTagManager tm;
2 if (!tm.LoadFromResource(GetStyleResourceID(m_Style), AFX_RT_STYLE_XML))
4 #if !defined _AFXDLL
5 TRACE(_T("\r\nImportant: to enable the Office 2007 look in static
6 TRACE(_T("include afxribbon.rc from the RC file in your
9 if (hinstResOld != NULL)
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