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Unbound form, unbound listbox loses value after focus changes

Posted on 2004-04-14
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Environment: Windows 2000 Pro, Access 2000 (either runtime or "Straight")

There is an unbound form with with an unbound dropdown list, whose value is cleared
when the focus is lost, then regained. This only happens on some computers. Several
have been completely reinstalled, OS and all.

Any idea why?
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Question by:namedpipes
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by:arcross
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is the RecordSource Type of the listbox in 'value list'?
How are you putting the vlaues in the listbox?
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by:namedpipes
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Ghosts fixed the problem for us in the middle of the night...
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by:arcross
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Split the points between them all! they deserve them!

Good ghosts

Álvaro
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hey namedpipes, did you forget to close this question???

ghosts are waiting...
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by:namedpipes
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I not only forgot to close the question, I've forgotten the solution!

Perhaps you would be so kind as to distibute the points to the ghosts if they ask for them :)
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Hey thanks for the points, you' ve been very generous! as I didnt solve your problem.

Regards
Álvaro

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