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How can I position the cursor within an MaskEdit

Posted on 1998-07-15
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I want create an OnEnter event for a MAskEdit in which I position the cursor to the very beginning of the field. Is that possible ?
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by:mayhew
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Try:
     MaskEdit1.SelStart := 0;

on the OnEnter event.

That should do it.
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mayhew earned 20 total points
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Sorry, I meant to post this as an answer.  I'll do it again.

Try:
     MaskEdit1.SelStart := 0;

on the OnEnter event.

That should do it.
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by:moonrise
ID: 1357945
Hi mayhew, thank you for your answer, it does just what I needed. You entered the answer as a comment and I don't think I can give you the points.
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by:moonrise
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Forget last comment.
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