Scrollbar and DBGrid

Hi,

The question is quite simple, but not the answer i guess (not for me i mean): I want the scrollbar in a dbgrid doesn't move when i click on a record, and be able to move the scrollbar keeping the record that is selected, viewing the whole list in the dbgrid.

I hope have well explained, sorry my english.
ttrobinAsked:
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cula99Connect With a Mentor Commented:
Hi,

try to set dbgrid.options.multiselect to true. With that your row will be selected all the time and you can scroll all dataset. If you need data from that record you'll have to find that one. Also put some variable to count number of selected records, maby then you can use bookmark to reatreve that particular record.

Cula
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Amir AzhdariCommented:
Hi, try to work with these functions :

EnableScrollBar
GetScrollPos
GetScrollInfo
GetScrollRange
ScrollDC
ScrollWindow
ScrollWindowEx
SetScrollInfo
SetScrollPos
SetScrollRange
ShowScrollBar

Regards
Azhdari
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ttrobinAuthor Commented:
hi Azhdari,

I have tried the functions u gave me, but they doesnt work the way i want. I can move the scrollbar to the position i want, but the dbgrid list doesnt scroll at the same time, and doesnt keep the focused record...

Thanx anyway but, someone else have any idea?
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kretzschmarCommented:
thats not so easy, just because if you scroll the
scrollbar the grid scrolls the dataset as well,
which causes that other records become currentrecord

my advice would be to use a bookmark as pointer
to your "currentrecord", then you can easily return
to your record with the gotobookmark-method

just as suggestion

meikl ;-)
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ttrobinAuthor Commented:
Hi kretzschmar,

Bookmark doesnt work as i wish. Thnx anyway

Any help please!!! :)
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