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Hide cursor in RichTextBox

Hello,

I want to hide cursor in textRichBox. Default the cursor blink if you
click on richTextBox and I want to disable this feature.

I need to make something like Adobe Reader, so textRichBox as readonly
but the text can be selected, etc.

Any idea?

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Nov 16 '05 #1
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pinocchio wrote:

Hello,

I want to hide cursor in textRichBox. Default the cursor blink if you
click on richTextBox and I want to disable this feature.

I need to make something like Adobe Reader, so textRichBox as readonly
but the text can be selected, etc.

Any idea?

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Are you talking about the cursor (mouse pointer) or carat (keyboard insertion
point)?

Why don't you just set the control to ReadOnly?
Nov 16 '05 #2
> Juliewrote:
pinocchio wrote:

Hello,

I want to hide cursor in textRichBox. Default the cursor blink if you click on richTextBox and I want to disable this feature.

I need to make something like Adobe Reader, so textRichBox as readonly but the text can be selected, etc.

Any idea?

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Are you talking about the cursor (mouse pointer) or carat (keyboard
insertion
point)?

Why don't you just set the control to ReadOnly?[/quote:778c05201e]

Och, sorry my mistake, I mean carat.
If I set the control to ReadOnly, it doesn't solve my problem.

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Nov 16 '05 #3
no other idea?

pleas, help :wink:

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Nov 16 '05 #4
no other idea?

pleas, help :wink:

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Nov 16 '05 #5
pinocchio wrote:
no other idea?

pleas, help :wink:


I don't really think it's possible to hide the flashing caret in a rich
text box. I remember asking the same question some years ago, about
hiding the caret in a Win32 rich edit, to no avail.

Still, perhaps you could try searching Google Groups; e.g.:
http://groups.google.com/groups?&q=rich+hide+caret
Nov 16 '05 #6
pinocchio wrote:
no other idea?

pleas, help :wink:


I don't really think it's possible to hide the flashing caret in a rich
text box. I remember asking the same question some years ago, about
hiding the caret in a Win32 rich edit, to no avail.

Still, perhaps you could try searching Google Groups; e.g.:
http://groups.google.com/groups?&q=rich+hide+caret
Nov 16 '05 #7

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