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Combobox with Autocomplete uses different font in drop down.

Posted on 2006-11-15
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I have a combo box on my Windows Forms app with Autocomplete.

(AutocompleteMOde = SuggestAppend and AutocompleteSource=ListItems)

I have set the font to courier, and when you click the dropdown it shows courier.  However when you start typing, and Autocomplete kicks in, the dropdown is shown in SanSerif.

How can I make the Autocomplete dropdown font work the way I want???
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Question by:MGothelf
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I can't see a way of doing that.
The settings for the rendering of the auto-complete list do not seem to be exposed.
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