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Problems with DialogBox (ShowModel)

Posted on 1997-10-03
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I have a dialogbox which is displayed by the MainForm. And in a second thread I set the ShowModel.Result to mrOk. The dialogbox should disapeare now. But it wont. I have to move the mouse cursor first befor the dialogbox disapers.

How can I get rid of this effect?
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Regards Ian
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by:mirek071497
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If you set ModalResult to mrOK the dialog box disapeare and this is ok. Can't you move cursor before setting ModalResult ? I can't understand what you need.
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by:e4monsch
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The problem is that the dialog box does not disapere by it self, when I set the ModalResult to mrOK. I have to move the mouse cursor (after setting mrOK) to help the dialog box to disapere.

Do you know what I mean?
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Dippen earned 30 total points
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Hi!

I haven't been able to reconstruct your problem, but you could try to update the form in question:

  ModalResult := mrOK;
  Modalform.Update;    <--- The form that won't disappear

  or try to update the Mainform:

  Mainform.Update;

As I said, I haven't been able to reconstruct your problem, so my theory is not actually tested.

//Dippen


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