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Using the 2-State Buttons (SW1 - SW4)
June 24, 2013 - 8:44 pm
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I have added 4 new buttons to the UI that you can use similarly to the way you use radio buttons; by creating a UINT and enum{}. The buttons labeled SW1-SW4 are on-off (2-state) types. If you right click on one of the buttons to set it up you will see a similar dialog as the radio-button setup. You provide a UINT variable to connect the button to your code. The enum is hard-coded and can not be changed. The values are {SWITCH_OFF, SWITCH_ON} and the default is the first one OFF. Because these correspond to {0,1} you can use them easily. For example, if you wanted a MUTE button, you could set up one of the 2-state buttons like this:

Control Name: MUTE
variable: m_uMute

Then in your code, you can test the button state:

// do mute processing...

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