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    New Dialog


    Ok, in Visual Studio .NET, I created a new, empty managed C++ project. Then, I designed a new dialog and created the class for it with the wizard. Only now, I dont know how to actually show the dialog when the program starts. :rolleyes: Any help?
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    This link might help... Win32 code is long though, so I don't feel like typing it. http://www.winprog.org/tutorial/ It might help you. But I need a goddam book...
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    Well, I've read through that tutorial some, and its explained quite a bit i didnt know, including the dialogs. So thanks for the link :)
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    Ok, I've gotten the dialog up, but when I check the process in taskmanager, it says that its using up around 4 - 5 mb of memory... Is this normal, or is there somthing up with my code?
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    I have no idea... I'm a Win32 NooB too.

    But who thinks we should have an 'API' forum?
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    Ah well, hopefully it wont suck up so much when the dialog isnt up (which is most of the time). And yeh, an API forum would be nice.
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