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Timer Control while MSGBOX up??

Posted on 1998-12-11
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I noticed that the Timer control when active (have it recall its special procedure at periodic intervals) gets suspended when you call msgbox(). Is there a way to set the msgbox() to have it NOT suspend Timer or must i recreate the message box that i want by making a new form and then making it modeless?  I was hoping i didnt have to do this.

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You could create an out of process activex exe, to run the timer process, but it would be much easier to create your own msgbox form, and You can even show this with vbmodal.



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>Timer gets suspended when you call msgbox().
Only in IDE. It works when compiled.
See also:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q.10109181
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ljaques, please
Can you repeat your last question (VScrollBar), I prepared answer.
If you prefer, I can send you sample also via e-mail.
My e-mail address is in my profile.
Bruno
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