Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps
The control is extremely simple and allows the same operations as a standard CProgressCtrl, as well as:
void SetShowText(BOOL bShow);
which determines whether or not the text for the control will be displayed during updates. To set the text to be displayed use the standard CWnd::SetWindowText. If you call SetShowText(TRUE) but do not specify any window text using CWnd::SetWindowText, then the percentage fraction of progress will be displayed as default.
To use the control, just include a CProgressCtrl in your app as per usual (either dynamically or by using a dialog template) and change the variable type from CProgressCtrl to CTextProgressCtrl. (Make sure you include TextProgressCtrl.h)
At present the progress is only displayed as a smooth bar. (This may be changed in the future versions.)
Thanks to Keith Rule for his CMemDC class.
26 May 1998 : Jeremy Davis added SetForeColour, SetBkColour, SetTextForeColour, SetTextBkColour, GetForeColour, GetBkColour, GetTextForeColour, GetTextBkColour.
|void SetForeColour(COLORREF col)||Sets the bar colour of the progress bar.|
|void SetBkColour(COLORREF col)||Sets the background colour of the progress bar.|
|void SetTextForeColour(COLORREF col)||Sets the colour of the text when the bar is not covering it.|
|void SetTextBkColour(COLORREF col)||Set the colour of the text when the bar is covering it.|
|COLORREF GetForeColour()||Returns the bar colour of the progress bar.|
|COLORREF GetBkColour()||Returns the background colour of the progress bar.|
|COLORREF GetTextForeColour()||Returns the colour the the text when the bar is not covering it.|
|COLORREF GetTextBkColour()||Returns the colour of the text when the bar is covering it.|
Last updated: 30 May 1998