as the title says, I have two wxPanel derived-class instances which are child windows of two different wxFrames,
I want these two wxPanels to reflect each other (i.e. any change to on instance will apply to the other. e.g if a slider inside that wxPanel is moved to one position, the slider of the other wxPanel should move to that same position, and so on).
is there an automation way to do it, like connecting both to the same event handler?
if so, How?
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Hello, It depends if the two frames are in the same process or not. If yes, you can manage to send events from a frame to the other one from the first called event handler. If no, it's about interprocesses communication (for example, in Windows see there) ; I don't know if wxWidgets provides wrappers in this domain (you have to take a look at the doc).
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