Using A Small Icon With The Tab Label

Environment: VC6 SP5

Usage

The code to add small icon to the tab label should be placed in the constructor of CMyPropertySheet.

CMyPropertySheet is derived from CPropertySheet.
The object m_Page1 is defined in the header file:
CMyPage m_Page1;

CMyPage is derived from CPropertyPage.
IDI_SMALL_ICON is ID number of the icon resource(small).
CMyPropertySheet::CMyPropertySheet(CWnd* pWndParent)
: CPropertySheet(IDS_PROPSHT_CAPTION, pWndParent)
{
  m_Page1.m_psp.dwFlags |= PSP_USEHICON ;
  m_Page1.m_psp.hIcon = AfxGetApp() -> LoadIcon(IDI_SMALL_ICON);

  AddPage(&m_Page1);
}


Comments

  • yesyes...but in 32bits color?

    Posted by Legacy on 10/03/2003 12:00am

    Originally posted by: vv

    mmm...any idea is welcome

    Reply
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