In the Windows UI there are a group of 5 styles that every dialog control can have, or not have.
They are WS_VISIBLE, WS_DISABLED, WS_BORDER, WS_GROUP, and WS_TABSTOP. Under the covers in the C functions, ooDialog adds or takes away these styles when the different controls are created.
There are 2 problems here:
1.) The documentation does not explain that these styles are available for all controls and does not document how to add or take them away for all controls.
2.) The C functions are not 100% consistent in allowing all controls to have or not have the 5 styles. For instance, for an edit control (addEntryLine) there is no way for the user to remove the WS_TABSTOP style.
I intend (unless Chip strenously objects <grin>) to change this by:
1.) Fixing the C code so that the user can define every control either with or without each of these style.
2.) Updating the documentation to clarify this issue for the user.