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LinkLabel: How to set "TabStop = False"

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Hi,

Controls such as TextBox have the property "TabStop". If it is set to 'False' it is ignored in the sequence of controls which are passed through when the TAB key is pressed.

What's about the LinkLabel? I cannot find the property "TabStop" there. Is there an equivalent prop available which has just another name. If not, how can I automatically pass the focus to the next control without nowing which control the next one should be. However, if the linklabel is clicked it should not pass the focus to the next control.

Kind regards
Michael
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thanks, MIchael
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