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visual basic editor keeps correct my code way too quick

Posted on 2013-01-16
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guys, i'm trying to type this

MsgBox "Synchronisation will start soon. This may take a few minutes." & vbcrlf

however when i get to

MsgBox "Synchronisation will start soon. This may take a few minutes." &

when i hit the space key so that i can type vbcrlf, the visual basic editor quickly takes away my space thinking it's an error. like in half a second.

i don' remember this error correction being so "hyper". why is it suddenly so hyper and how can i make it wait longer before it messes around with my code thinking it's "wrong"? i may be a developing programmer but i sure know how to type a space and vbcrlf!!!!! not appreciating vbe doing this to me!!!!

p.s. i don't want to turn off the error correcting mechanism just slow it down.

thanks guys!!!!
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guys this is getting to be a major, major pain.

when i'm typing

Call GeneralRefactoring.SynchroniseBEReplicas

when i type till Call GeneralRefactoring

AND THEN i put the . so that code sense will give me the procedures i can choose from my generalrefactoring module, it shows the list for like half a second and then disappears. i really really really really really need VBE to STOP WORKING AGAINST ME!!!!! i'm so frustrated guys!!!!!!! = (((((
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ah ok guys i know what the problem as. i have this InactiveShutDown form and this FSDForceShutDown form that i got from the net through EE, and somehow it checking the time to see if access has been inactive for too long, that was causing VBE to go crazy. i closed the forms and it's back to normal. PHEWWWW
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found the cause
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