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Can somebody please tell me why the dblclick event is not working.

Public Enum ButtonColor
    btnRED
    btnGREEN
    btnYELLOW
End Enum

Event DblClick()

Public Property Let Color(ByVal Color As ButtonColor)
   
    Select Case Color
        Case ledGREEN
            Green.Visible = True
            Red.Visible = False
            Yellow.Visible = False
       
        Case ledRED
            Green.Visible = False
            Red.Visible = True
            Yellow.Visible = False
       
        Case ledYELLOW
            Green.Visible = False
            Red.Visible = False
            Yellow.Visible = True
    End Select

End Property

Public Sub UserControl_DblClick()
   
    RaiseEvent DblClick

End Sub

Public Sub UserControl_Resize()

    UserControl.Width = 240
    UserControl.Height = 240

End Sub

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by:leclairm
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Are you declaring the object with events???

dim withevents yourobject as classwithcustomevent

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by:pat_cunningham
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I just figured it out.  I had images that covered the entire usercontrol and the dblclick event that was being call was the images'.
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