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BUG: HScroll has 2 diff behaviours on scroll events

Hi,

When I process a HScroll scroll event I get one event fired for a increase
value using the > button.

When I make a User control with a HScroll on it and catch the message and
forward my own, I get two events fired yet I send one. I get a
SmallIncrement and then a EndScroll e.Type.

Why the difference in events, its confusing.

Nov 15 '05 #1
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Nevermind, i get the same now for a single HScroll control.. I just only
process the EndScroll now.

Strange that I only got one event fired for a single HScroll before.

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Hi,

When I process a HScroll scroll event I get one event fired for a increase value using the > button.

When I make a User control with a HScroll on it and catch the message and forward my own, I get two events fired yet I send one. I get a
SmallIncrement and then a EndScroll e.Type.

Why the difference in events, its confusing.

Nov 15 '05 #2

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