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Filename : EXAMPLPM.RC

 
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/* File: examplpm.rc

Description: Resource definition file for OS|2 Presentation Manager
application ExamplPM. Formatted for use with Presentation
Manager prototype code generator WINPRO/PM.

WINPRO/PM, a product of Louis J. Cutrona, Jr.
Xian Corporation
625 North Monroe Street
Ridgewood, NJ 07450-1206
(201) 447-3270

*/

#include

/* Note: The file "examrc.h" will be created by WINPRO/PM, but you must
remember to include the corresponding statement in your resource (.RC)
file. Its name is constructed by prefixing the first four letters of your
application name to the name "rc.h". Thus, because this application's
name is "examplpm", the resulting name is "examrc.h". If your application
is called "myprog", the resulting name will be "myprrc.h". If your
application is called "foo", the name you must use here will be "foorc.h"
*/

#include "examrc.h"

/* Note: You will have to provide your own icon or use an existing one */

POINTER IDS_NAME examplpm.ico

STRINGTABLE
{
IDS_NAME, "ExamplPM"
IDS_ABOUT, "About..."
IDS_TITLE, "WINPRO/PM Example"
}

MENU IDS_NAME
{
SUBMENU "~File", midFILE, MIS_TEXT|MIS_SUBMENU
{
MENUITEM "~New", midFILENEW, MIS_TEXT
MENUITEM "~Open...", midFILEOPEN, MIS_TEXT
MENUITEM "~Save", midFILESAVE, MIS_TEXT
MENUITEM SEPARATOR
MENUITEM "A~bout ExamplPM...", ABOUT, MIS_TEXT
}
SUBMENU "~Edit", midEDIT, MIS_TEXT|MIS_SUBMENU
{
MENUITEM "~Restore Image\tSh Esc", midEDITRESTORE
MENUITEM "Cu~t Image\tDel", midEDITCUT, MIS_TEXT
MENUITEM "~Copy Image\tF2", midEDITCOPY, MIS_TEXT
MENUITEM "~Paste Image\tIns", midEDITPASTE
MENUITEM "C~lear", midEDITCLEAR, MIS_TEXT
}
SUBMENU "~Create", midCREATE, MIS_TEXT|MIS_SUBMENU
{
MENUITEM "~Scan...", midCREATESCAN, MIS_TEXT
MENUITEM "~Process...", midCREATEPROCESS, MIS_TEXT
}
SUBMENU "E~xit", midQUERYEXIT, MIS_TEXT|MIS_SUBMENU
{
MENUITEM "E~xit WINPRO/PM example... F3", MID_EXIT, MIS_TEXT
MENUITEM "~Resume WINPRO/PM example", -1, MIS_TEXT
}
MENUITEM "F1=Help", midHELP, MIS_HELP | MIS_BUTTONSEPARATOR
}

/* Note that MENUITEM midHELP has the MIS_HELP style attribute so that
when it is selected, it will cause a WM_HELP message rather than a
WM_COMMAND message. Similarly, because ACCELTABLE item midHELP has
the HELP acceloption, it, too will cause a WM_HELP message rather than
a WM_COMMAND message.

WINPRO/PM recognizes the special identifier MID_EXIT as the application
terminator and will generate code to end the application when the menu
item with the identifier MID_EXIT is selected.
*/

ACCELTABLE IDS_NAME
BEGIN
VK_F1, midHELP, VIRTUALKEY, HELP
VK_F2, midEDITCOPY, VIRTUALKEY
VK_F3, MID_EXIT, VIRTUALKEY
VK_F10, accelF10, VIRTUALKEY
VK_DELETE, midEDITCUT, VIRTUALKEY
VK_ESC, midEDITRESTORE, VIRTUALKEY, SHIFT
VK_INSERT, midEDITPASTE, VIRTUALKEY
END

/* The identifier accelF10 does not correspond to any menu item, so a */
/* separate function will be set up to be invoked whenever its key is */
/* pressed. */

/* WINPRO/PM requires the name of the "About..." dialog box to be "ABOUT" */

DLGTEMPLATE ABOUT
{
DIALOG "", 0, 22, 17, 171, 82, WS_SAVEBITS | FS_DLGBORDER
{
CTEXT "Xian Corporation", -1, 49, 68, 83, 9
ICON IDS_NAME, IDS_NAME, 7, 36, 0, 0
CTEXT "WINPRO/PM Example", -1, 38, 55, 98, 8
CTEXT "Version 1.00", -1, 57, 42, 65, 8
CTEXT "Copyright ¸ 1988, L. J. Cutrona", -1, 14, 22,147, 9
DEFPUSHBUTTON "Ok", DID_OK, 69, 5, 38, 12, WS_GROUP
}
}

/* Where the identifier assigned to the dialog box definition is the same
as the identifier assigned to a menuitem, WINPRO/PM will automatically
generate the code to activate the dialog box whenever the corresponding
menu item is selected. Thus, the dialog box definition below labeled
"midFILEOPEN" will be activated whenever the user selects the item
"Open..." from the pull-down menu under "File" because the identifier
assigned to "Open..." is also "midFILEOPEN"
*/

DLGTEMPLATE midFILEOPEN
{
DIALOG "", 0, 51, 33, 196, 148, FS_NOBYTEALIGN | FS_DLGBORDER |
FS_SCREENALIGN | WS_CLIPSIBLINGS | WS_SAVEBITS
{
/* There's no such keyword as CTEXT, according to QuickHelp v1.06, */
/* but the following continues to work anyway! */
CTEXT "Open File" -1, 67, 139, 56, 8
LTEXT "Use mouse to choose file, or type filename." -1, 6, 129, 187, 8
RTEXT "Current Directory :" -1, 3, 115, 78, 8
LTEXT "" IDD_PATH, 88, 115, 97, 8
RTEXT "Filename :" -1, 11, 100, 71, 8

/* CONTROL "*.img", IDD_FILEEDIT, 88, 100, 96, 8, WC_ENTRYFIELD, */
/* ES_LEFT | ES_AUTOSCROLL | ES_MARGIN | WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE */

/* The following control definition is equivalent to the one commented out */

ENTRYFIELD "*.img" IDD_FILEEDIT, 88, 100, 96, 8,
ES_MARGIN | ES_AUTOSCROLL | WS_VISIBLE

CTEXT "Directories" DID_FIXEDTEXT, 10, 89, 70, 8
CTEXT "Files" DID_FIXEDTEXT,107, 89, 70, 8
LISTBOX IDD_DIRLIST, 6, 22, 82, 64
LISTBOX IDD_FILELIST, 102, 22, 82, 64
DEFPUSHBUTTON "Open" DID_OK, 33, 4, 48, 12, WS_GROUP
PUSHBUTTON "Cancel" DID_CANCEL, 108, 4, 48, 12, WS_GROUP
}
}

/* Note the use of numeric (-1) dialog control identifiers in several lines
of the above dialog definition. When the dialog procedure for this dialog
box is set up by WINPRO/PM, it will not set up the code to expect messages
from these four controls. In any case, messages are not expected from
these four controls because they are fixed text. Alternatively, the same
effect will result from the use of the predefined WINPRO/PM identifier
DID_FIXEDTEXT that is used in the fourth from last line of the above
definition. Use of DID_FIXEDTEXT or the number -1 is preferred over the
use of arbitrary numbers because of the chance that WINPRO/PM will assign
the same number to the symbol of an active control in the same dialog box.
*/


DLGTEMPLATE midCREATEPROCESS LOADONCALL MOVEABLE DISCARDABLE
BEGIN
DIALOG "", midCREATEPROCESS, 12, 52, 299, 153, FS_NOBYTEALIGN |
FS_DLGBORDER | WS_CLIPSIBLINGS | WS_SAVEBITS
BEGIN
CONTROL "File to Process", -1, 158, 121, 132, 29, WC_STATIC,
SS_GROUPBOX | WS_GROUP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "TEMP.SIF", GP_SIFNAME, 170, 126, 106, 12, WC_ENTRYFIELD,
ES_LEFT | WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Area to Process", -1, 7, 88, 137, 62, WC_STATIC, SS_GROUPBOX |
WS_GROUP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Offset from Left Edge", -1, 13, 129, 93, 8, WC_STATIC,
SS_TEXT | DT_LEFT | DT_TOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "0.00", GP_LOFFSET, 117, 127, 21, 12, WC_ENTRYFIELD, ES_LEFT |
WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Offset from Top Edge", -1, 13, 117, 93, 8, WC_STATIC,
SS_TEXT | DT_LEFT | DT_TOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "0.00", GP_TOFFSET, 117, 115, 21, 12, WC_ENTRYFIELD, ES_LEFT |
WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Width", -1, 13, 105, 93, 8, WC_STATIC, SS_TEXT | DT_LEFT |
DT_TOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "0.00", GP_WIDTH, 117, 103, 21, 12, WC_ENTRYFIELD, ES_LEFT |
WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Height", -1, 13, 93, 93, 8, WC_STATIC, SS_TEXT | DT_LEFT |
DT_TOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "0.00", GP_HEIGHT, 117, 91, 20, 12, WC_ENTRYFIELD, ES_LEFT |
WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Scale Factor", -1, 7, 28, 91, 53, WC_STATIC, SS_GROUPBOX |
WS_GROUP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Horizontal", -1, 13, 57, 44, 8, WC_STATIC, SS_TEXT | DT_LEFT |
DT_TOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "1.00", GP_HSCALE, 64, 57, 21, 12, WC_ENTRYFIELD, ES_LEFT |
WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Vertical", -1, 14, 39, 41, 8, WC_STATIC, SS_TEXT | DT_LEFT |
DT_TOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "1.00", GP_VSCALE, 64, 37, 21, 11, WC_ENTRYFIELD, ES_LEFT |
WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Process", -1, 191, 30, 99, 78, WC_STATIC, SS_GROUPBOX |
WS_GROUP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "", GP_FORSCREEN, 205, 83, 9, 12, WC_BUTTON, BS_AUTORADIOBUTTON |
WS_GROUP | WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "", GP_FORPRINTER, 205, 61, 9, 12, WC_BUTTON, BS_AUTORADIOBUTTON |
WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "", GP_PRINT, 205, 38, 10, 12, WC_BUTTON, BS_AUTORADIOBUTTON |
WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "To Clipboard for Printer", -1, 222, 58, 57, 17, WC_STATIC,
SS_TEXT | DT_LEFT | DT_TOP | DT_WORDBREAK | WS_GROUP |
WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "To Clipboard for Screen", -1, 222, 79, 57, 18, WC_STATIC,
SS_TEXT | DT_LEFT | DT_TOP | DT_WORDBREAK | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Directly to Printer", -1, 222, 35, 44, 18, WC_STATIC,
SS_TEXT | DT_LEFT | DT_TOP | DT_WORDBREAK | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Favor", -1, 111, 29, 60, 45, WC_STATIC, SS_GROUPBOX |
WS_GROUP | WS_VISIBLE
/*
* CONTROL "White", GP_FAVORWHITE, 123, 53, 41, 9, WC_BUTTON, BS_AUTOCHECKBOX |
* WS_GROUP | WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
*/
/* There's no such keyword as AUTOCHECKBOX, according to QuickHelp v1.06 */
/* The above should, therefore, be used, but the following works anyway! */

AUTOCHECKBOX "White", GP_FAVORWHITE, 123, 53, 41, 9,
WS_GROUP | WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Black", GP_FAVORBLACK, 123, 36, 38, 10, WC_BUTTON, BS_AUTO3STATE |
WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Process", DID_OK, 43, 7, 52, 12, WC_BUTTON, BS_PUSHBUTTON |
BS_DEFAULT | WS_GROUP | WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Defaults", GP_DEFAULTS, 121, 7, 52, 12, WC_BUTTON, BS_PUSHBUTTON |
WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
CONTROL "Cancel", DID_CANCEL, 197, 7, 52, 12, WC_BUTTON, BS_PUSHBUTTON |
WS_TABSTOP | WS_VISIBLE
END
END

/* Note that the identifier for the following dialog box definition
(PRINTERABORT_DIALOG) does not correspond to an identifier in the
application menu defined at the beginning of this file.
In this case, WINPRO/PM will declare and create a dialog procedures for
the dialog box, and include it in the application prototype code, but it
will not be automatically activated. The application developer will
have to modify the prototype code to have it activated at the
appropriate point
*/


DLGTEMPLATE PRINTERABORT
{
DIALOG "", 0, 20, 20, 157, 27, FS_DLGBORDER | WS_VISIBLE
{
DEFPUSHBUTTON "Cancel", DID_CANCEL, 55, 2, 37, 12
CTEXT "Select Cancel to cancel printing", -1, 10, 17, 139, 8, WS_GROUP
}
}


/* E N D O F E X A M P L P M . R C */


  3 Responses to “Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : WINPROPM.ZIP
Filename : EXAMPLPM.RC

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