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DBNavigator hints

Posted on 1998-07-23
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In Delphi version 3.0 it's possible to write:
DBNavigator.Hints[0] := 'Foerste';
DBNavigator.Hints[1] := 'Forrige';
......

I can do the same in version 2.0, but here it doesn't work.
Is there a bug in version 2.0 or is there another way to do it.
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Question by:rainbowsoftware
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by:westy100697
ID: 1358584
Hey there,
               Just create a TStringList and try adding strings to the String list and then just
do   DBNavigator1.Hints := MyStringList ....

See if that works...

WESTY
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by:westy100697
ID: 1358585
Also make sure Showhint is true

WESTY :)
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by:rainbowsoftware
ID: 1358586
It makes no difference whether I a use a string or a stringlist.
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karamurat earned 20 total points
ID: 1358587
You can write this line:

DBNavigator.Hints.Strings[0] := 'your hint';

and make sure showhint is true.
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