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Bug in NET v2.0 AfterCheck event

I am experiencing what looks to be a bug using the AfterCheck event. I have a
TreeView which represents a hard disk directory structure. When a tree node
is expanded or collapsed, the AfterCheck event is being fired.

From my undesrtanding, this event should only be occuring when a node is
checked or unchecked.

Jan 26 '06 #1
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There is no bug. I discovered the problem.

I have a routine which reads previously checked items in from a file. When
this routine checks the items on node expansion it fires the AfterCheck event.

Now I have to figure out a way to ignore the nodes that were checked during
this read from the file, but still honour future checked and unchecked nodes.

Talking about complex or what!!

"Mike B" wrote:
I am experiencing what looks to be a bug using the AfterCheck event. I have a
TreeView which represents a hard disk directory structure. When a tree node
is expanded or collapsed, the AfterCheck event is being fired.

From my undesrtanding, this event should only be occuring when a node is
checked or unchecked.


Jan 26 '06 #2

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