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datagrid scroll bar problem

Posted on 2000-04-27
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I have a datagrid that keeps putting a scroll bar (horizontal) even though
I specify
adodc3_MoveComplete
datagrid2.scrollbar = dbgNone

I have the datagrid positioned  a little larger than needed to initially keep the scrollbar from appearing.

I have also tried
datagrid2.scrollbar = dbgAutomatic
but Then the scrollbar flashes for an instant when I navigate or add records.
or any type of movement.
No One wants to see this flash of the scrollbar.

Thanks
fordraiders
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hmm after i set that property of scrollbars to dbgNone i see no scrollbars.Maybe some place there after an update you set the property to have scrollbars.
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Marine,
I have the datagrid unbound.
When the grid becomes loaded.
I did have a statement in the adodc3_MoveComplete subroutine.
I took this scroolbar statement out and the problem seems to be eliminated for now.
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fordraiders
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