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In Delphi VCL, TDatePicker, how do you force the combobox to open?

Posted on 2014-09-04
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With a normal combox you can force the box to open when you enter the field. How do you make this happen with TDatePicker in combox mode?

I have tried the code shown below, but this doesn't activate.
SendMessage(cbContact.Handle, CB_SHOWDROPDOWN, 1, 0);

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Question by:GrahamDLovell
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You can use

 SendMessage(cbContact.Handle,WM_SYSKEYDOWN, VK_DOWN, 0);

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Brilliant! Thanks
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