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Re: [setup PATCH] SetDlgItemFont

Andrew M. Inggs wrote:
> Max Bowsher wrote:
>> +2003-07-31  Gary R. Van Sickle
>> <g.r.vansickle=XfrvlLN1Pqtfpb/> +
>> + Changes modified by Max Bowsher  <maxb=B2Gdhv0Jo/>
>> + * (Copyright): Update copyright dates.
>> + (SplashPage::OnInit): Remove call to SetDlgItemFont().  Now handled in
>> + base class.
> Could you include the ChangeLog on its own rather than using a
> diff-generated version?

Why? The issue below? That's independent.

> Is it just the way my email client is displaying tabs, or are tabs being
> converted into single spaces somewhere along the way?

Yes, Outlook Express eats tabs.
Suggestions (off list) for a better, GUI, non-ugly MUA welcomed.

>> Index:
> ...
>> - // Set header title font of each internal page to MS Sans Serif, Bold,
>> Pt.
>> - // This will just silently fail on the first and last pages.
>> - SetDlgItemFont(IDC_STATIC_HEADER_TITLE, "MS Sans Serif", 8, FW_BOLD);
>> + // These font settings will just silently fail when the resource id
>> + // is not present on a page.
>> + // Set header title font of each internal page
>> + SetDlgItemFont(IDC_STATIC_HEADER_TITLE, "MS Shell Dlg", 8, FW_BOLD);
>> + // Set the font for the IDC_STATIC_WELCOME_TITLE
>> + SetDlgItemFont(IDC_STATIC_WELCOME_TITLE, "Ariel", 12, FW_BOLD);
> Shouldn't that be Arial rather than Ariel?

Maybe. Curiously, it doesn't seem to make a difference!


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