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show tooltip on combobox dropdown

Posted on 2009-05-08
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When you click the drop down and hover over items in the list how do you get the value that is being hovered over with without selecting an item?
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by:cmrobertson
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what do you mean "get" the value?
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When you click on the combobox and hover the mouse over the values in the combobox. I want to know what the value is of the highlighted item. I'm not going to select it so I can't use the dropdownclosed or selectedindex changed . I have a function that will bring up the tooltip but I need to know what the value is for the highligted item in the combobox to get the tooltip from the database.
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I had to do a little conversion but it works
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