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How to prevent TrackBar scroll?

I'm using VS05/.NET 2.0 with a TrackBar control in a Windows Forms
application.

I need to be able to manually scroll the trackbar (hold down left mouse
button and drag), but I need to prevent automatic scrolling - that is, when
a user clicks on the trackbar (on either side of the pointer) the pointer
moves toward the clicked location.

Is there anyway to disable this behavior?

Thanks in advance.

Feb 17 '06 #1
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