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Stop the flashing when the VScroll bar has the focus in VB 6

Posted on 2002-04-15
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Does anyone know if there is way to stop the flashing on the vScrollBar control in VB 6 when it has the focus?  I know that I can shift the focus to some other control after the change has taken place so that it does not keep flashing so I want to know if there is some secret property or a clean way to do this?

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rspahitz earned 50 total points
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I think you can set the TabStop=false and it goes away.
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I must of overlooked that property when I was checking it.  I guess I needed someone to point it out so that I specifically looked for that property.

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Taitor
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Glad to help, but wasn't that exactly what you were seeking?  If so, sholdn't it get an "A" grade?
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