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Topic: Picture Push Button Problem
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 69698
From: JillyT
Date: 8/1/2002 05:02 AM

I decided to create my own minimize and close buttons in a dialog box I'm using as a toolbar. I started off using a regular text button to close the dialog and it worked fine. As soon as I made it into a Picture Push Button it now calls my "Close" function twice (I have an prompt asking the user if they are sure they want to leave...that is how I know). In between the double call, Acrobat loses focus. Then when I exit Acrobat itself, I get a memory error. Does this sound familiar at all? I don't think the problem lies in my "DoCloseButton" routine because if I call it from a regular text button, it works fine.

ADMItemRef item = sADMItem->Create(dialog, IDC_EXIT, kADMPicturePushButtonType,&rect, NULL, NULL, 0);
sADMItem->SetPictureID(item, IDB_BITMAP1, "Exit");
sADMItem->SetNotifyProc(item, DoCloseButton);

JillyT
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