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A2000 slider control/Color selector

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I trying to use the slider control in A2000.

I don't see a mouse up event and the Updated event doesn't seem to fire
after moving the slider.

I did get lost focus to work if I click on another field which I had rather
not do.
I was going to use the slider to adjust the Red, Green. Blue settings (0 to
255) for web page html built using access.

Instead, can I open the color selector in VBA instead of using the sliders?

Oct 18 '07 #1
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On Oct 18, 1:08 pm, "Karl" <some...@sbcglobal.bizwrote:
I trying to use the slider control in A2000.

I don't see a mouse up event and the Updated event doesn't seem to fire
after moving the slider.

I did get lost focus to work if I click on another field which I had rather
not do.

I was going to use the slider to adjust the Red, Green. Blue settings (0 to
255) for web page html built using access.

Instead, can I open the color selector in VBA instead of using the sliders?
See:
http://www.lebans.com/fontcolordialog.htm

Oct 18 '07 #2

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Thanks

I downloaded lebans color picker and I can use it to change the back color
of a text box or a label on a form.

But if I exit the form and re-open the form, the color I picked (and which
was showing on the form just before I exited it) is not the back color of
the text box.

When the form opens, the back color of the text box is the color I last
typed into the Back Color field on the Properties sheet.(as a long)

In short, I don't seem to be able to permanently change the back color using
VBA. I can only do it by manuually entering a color (as a long) . Am I
missing something?

"OldPro" <rr*******@sbcglobal.netwrote in message
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On Oct 18, 1:08 pm, "Karl" <some...@sbcglobal.bizwrote:
>I trying to use the slider control in A2000.

I don't see a mouse up event and the Updated event doesn't seem to fire
after moving the slider.

I did get lost focus to work if I click on another field which I had
rather
not do.

I was going to use the slider to adjust the Red, Green. Blue settings (0
to
255) for web page html built using access.

Instead, can I open the color selector in VBA instead of using the
sliders?

See:
http://www.lebans.com/fontcolordialog.htm

Oct 19 '07 #3

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