short-circuting a dialog box?

wino at wino at
Tue May 3 12:38:26 CDT 2005

YOu could trap it#s onshow event but be careful since most dlgs are  
created as modal , you could end up hanging your process.

On Tue, 03 May 2005 17:23:40 +0200, Kees Cook <kees at> wrote:

> On Tue, May 03, 2005 at 11:56:35AM +0300, Shachar Shemesh wrote:
>> For simple things, merely sending the dialog a WM_COMMAND with the right
>> parameters will do it for you. You can programatically find the dialog
>> using "FindWindow".
> Ah-ha, yes.  I ended up using EnumWindows (filtering out the HWND from
> GetTopWindow).  Thanks!  WM_COMMAND, IDOK, 0 did the trick.
> Now, a final note, is there any way to stop a dialog from
> displaying itself?  (i.e., let dialogs become active, but not draw
> themselves?)  The ttydrv doesn't like trying to open the dialog:
> fixme:ttydrv:TTYDRV_GetBitmapBits (0x7d, 0x76d3501c, 128): stub

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