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ScrollBars property (MSHFlexGrid, MSFlexGrid)

Posted on 2000-04-04
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VB6.0; I can't get scrollbars to show, regardless of the setting and of the width/heigth of the grid.
Setting is on for both scrollbars (I tried them all) and size of the grid is given by the application (cols=8, Rows=9, but they are not all shown at the same time.
Any ideas?
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Question by:SVHK
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by:riduce
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Did you test it like this

Just add a MsFlexgrid set rows on 50 and the Scrollbars property on flexscrollbarboth.
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by:Marine
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Use Scrollbars property of FleXGrid Your settings are probably set to None
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by:SVHK
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Edited text of question.
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i assume 8 cols and 9 rows is enough to cause a need for the scrollbars to show up yes?
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by:SVHK
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ALL necessary conditions are fulfilled (settings are correct, grid size exceeds container size, etc.).
It just does not work. As I've already encountered problems with flex  constants (e.g. the highlight constants are inverted) I thought something similar might be the case here.
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by:jkvalli
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Scroll bars appear on an MSFlexGrid only if its contents extend beyond its borders and value specifies scroll bars.
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