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Borland OWL, TListbox, Scrollbar (left-rigth)

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I have a problem with scrollbars in the Borland C++ version 4.52 OWL classes.

How to get the left-rigth (horizontal) scroll bars to work in a dialogbox (TDialog) with a listbox (TListbox)?

The left-right scrollbar is not activated when a line in tbe box is wider than the listbox. There is no problem with scrolling up and down.
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Did you use the SetHorizontalExtent member of TListBox to set the
range, that a lisbox can be scrolled horizontally??
Without doing that it will not work .....

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              os

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