Did I correct my form's painting problem?

I have a form that has a webbrowser control on it.  When I double-click a row in a table, another form with another webbrowswer control displays.  When I exit the second form, some of the first form's controls do not re-paint properly even though I refresh the form; clip control property was set to false.

To correct the problem, I set the the clip controls property to true in my first form.  This seemed to correct the problem.

Did I correct the problem correctly?  In either case, please explain your answer.  I need to get a better understanding to what the clip controls property does.

Thanks.
halfondjAsked:
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nffvrxqgrcfqvvcCommented:
Try:
Form property Autoredraw = True

or

Try:

Form1.Refresh
halfondjAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your reply.  I previously tried form1.refresh and that didn't work.  I'll have to try the set the autodraw property to true.

I'll post my results later.
nffvrxqgrcfqvvcCommented:
If you are using any sort of sleep call during this time and a window moves over it the form will not repaint until its finished.

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halfondjAuthor Commented:
I recoded something and the me.refresh now works, but in one case, when I minimize the second form then close it, the first form refreshes, but all the controls don't display.

Any ideas?

Thanks.
halfondjAuthor Commented:
I solved my problem by adding a DoEvents after XSL transformnode methods.
nffvrxqgrcfqvvcCommented:
hi halfondj, Hows everyting coming along? got it working OK?
halfondjAuthor Commented:
All worked out after I added the DoEvents (see my previous reply).  Since egl1044 recommended me to see if I used a sleep call, which I didn't, but lead me to the DoEvents, I'll grant him the points.

Thanks for the follow-up.
nffvrxqgrcfqvvcCommented:
Thanks, Good to hear everything worked out for you. Thanks
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