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GUI: Setting options in two different places and having them stay in sync?
Programming in Windows with Visual Studio 2010 C++ and MFC. My question is about how best to store, update, and pass around program settings or options. I have a simple main GUI window/frame/dialog. ...
Jul 27 '11 at 2:11
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