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VB6.FlatScrollBar bug. {Am I Alone?}

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I have VB6 and want to use the Listview control.
Their is an option when you select properties
to enable FlatScrollBars. I do check it,
but when I run my application, NO scrollbar is displayed?

Do I have to insert the FlatScrollBar control?
And if so, how do I use it? That is make it scroll up
or down.

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Question by:nntp_vb
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You're not alone. I see the same/
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If you change the property at runtime and leave the property set to false a design time it will work.
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