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I can understand that, but wouldn't it just display gibberish? In my case it only displays the first 2 or 3 characters (which are gibbish). However if it is just a case of unicode problems is there some way I could convert the file via a stream then assign it to the text ctrl?
- Sun Jul 31, 2005 11:45 am
- Forum: C++ Development
- Topic: wxMessageBox return values are wrong
- Replies: 3
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I am having problems with the following code. The return values are all wrong for wxMessageBox. According to tests the values defined for wxID_YES is 5103, wxID_NO is 5104 and wxID_CANCEL is 5101. However the return values I am getting from the message box is 2 for yes, 8 for no and 16 for cancel. A...
I have recently encountered a problem on the project I am working on. I am developing on Windows XP using Version 6.8. Up to today I have had no real problems, but today when I recompiled my project it is rendered as a Windows 9x project, not as a Windows XP project. I have not changed any settings ...