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Dragging msgbox over Msflxgrd leaves a trail?

Posted on 1998-11-04
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In VB 5, a message box appears over a form with an Msflxgrd control.  When the message box is dragged, it leaves a trail of message boxes behind that covers up the contents of the grid.  No problem over the rest of the form.  (Looks kinda like the cards do when you finish a game of solitaire).  Clicking OK in the msgbox puts things back to normal. Has anyone seen this before?  What is the fix?
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Question by:craigdawson
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this is a guess..
I can not duplicate your error
On your form.. is the autoredraw to true?
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What about updating your video driver?
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