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Hi MartinLiss hate to keep bugging you,but
I am trying to modify your code to update flexStaus if the bet is increased
I thought  putting flexCleo_Click into the BETONE button click event;' it erases a number.
The bet can be increased by clicking the Bet One button( cmdBetOne) Or
By clicking the Bet Max button (cmdMaxBet) this puts a bet of 80 the max
80 is the most that can be bet
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I'm looking at it now.
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I think this does what you want. Changes are marked with 'new5
Q-28318832.zip
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Thanks, perfect your the man,
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Your welcome.
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