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Does anybody know why my standard menus i.e. file,edit,view,help etc.. sometimes scroll down slowly, this happens i think only in visual basic 5?
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by:jjmartin
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We're gonna need a little more info than that.  Is this just a general problem in an application you are developing, or a problem you are having with VB itself.
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by:Sendoh
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Hi !

Nope, I don't think so. Its not problem from VB5 cuz it worked fine for my machine.
Anyway, did you intalled microsoft plus or IE4.x ??
It may cause by that.
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by:idcanada
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Too many resources to the GDI.
Cause, too many ImageLists, Treeviews, Toolbars, Bitmaps etc.

Might try adding
a few DoEvents implanted inside your software.

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by:Inteqam
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what ......

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I feel like I missed something here.
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hey thats becuase you had run the menue animations command

to make them normal , select View/toolbars/cusomize...
then select options tab
then make the menue animations  be (None)

hope thes will work



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whats gdi?
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Ill just turn them off then
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what happened?
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