Articles Written by Michal Mecinski

Multi-Column Tree View

A multi-column tree view that is only 12 Kb long. It works excellently if you don't need all those colors, fonts, sorting, and whatever.

Multi-Page Interface

Create a complex user interface with many views, tabs, and splitters.

Simple IE-like Menu and Toolbar

A simple interface based on Internet Explorer that implements features introduced in Windows XP and remains compatible with all OS versions since Windows 98. Includes support for alpha channel images under Windows XP, both 3D and flat (XP) style, and rebar menu with full mouse and keyboard support. (The demo project and source code were updated.)

Creating a Multithreaded SDI Application

How to create an application with multiple SDI windows (such as the new MS Word) by using the MFC framework with multithreading. (The article, demo, and source code were updated.

HotProp Control

The HotProp control was designed for applications that need a flexible, modeless property window. (The article, demo project, and source code were updated.)

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