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StringGrid.OnSelect

Posted on 2006-06-22
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Why does clicking on a StringGrid cell when the DragMode is set dmAutomatic not call the OnSelect event? Instead I noticed that it calls the StartDrag event.  I want the StringGrid to allow the selection of a cell as if the DragMode was set dmManual, and when the the mouse button is held down to begin a drag of the StringGrid cell's object.  Many thanks.
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Question by:Vector7
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by:RickJ
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In the mousedown event of the stringgrid do this...

if (Button = mbLeft) then
    StringGrid1.BeginDrag (false) ;

Please look at help for impact of BeginDrag parameters. Very important.
Then in the target control use the dragover and dragdrop method to handle your drop.

Hope this helps.
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by:Vector7
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Thankyou RickJ for replying. I've tried your suggestion but the StringGrid still doesn't call the On Select event.
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I dont think I am clear in what you are trying to do.
My comment was assuming that you would use dmManual.
But on reading your comment again, I see that you still want to use dmAutomatic?
And make onselect execute for dmAutomatic?
Why not use dmManual instead of dmAutomatic?
Just trying to get a picture of what you are actually trying to do.

Thanks
Rick.
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by:Vector7
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Thanks for your help.
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