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something equivalent to .scaleheight in MSFlexGrid

Posted on 2004-04-27
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Hi all,

MSFlexGrid control does not support .scaleheight property.
I need something equivalent to it in order to discover when
a row is hidden by the scroll bars (.IsRowVisible does not work,
it returns TRUE even when the row is hidden by the scroll bar).

Any clue?

Thank you very much,

rr.
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Hi rrgw:
I suggest playing around with and expression such as: MSFlexGrid1.Height / MSFlexGrid1.RowHeight
This should return the number of visible rows. You can then take it from there.

Dabas
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Thank you, dabas.

rr.
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