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UserControl containing PictureBox objects seems to disable mouse wheel scrolling

Hi all, I've got a UserControl that contains a few PictureBox objects.
If I click on outside of the Picture in the UserControl, the scrolling
with the mouse button works - however, no amount of clicking on the
PictureBox objects will get that scrolling working. However, after I
click on outside of the PictureBox object, then click as many times as
I like on the PictureBox the scrolling with the mouse wheel continues
to work.

I found this:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Prog..._20658733.html
From what I can determine the answer is to change the PictureBox

objects to Image objects. However, is there another way? I.E. could
extend the PictureBox class and use the following to catch mouse wheel
roll events?

this.MouseDown += new
System.WinForms.MouseEventHandler(this.pictureBoxM ouseDown);

private void pictureBoxMouseDown(object sender,
System.WinForms.MouseEventArgs e) {
//some code to catch whether the mouse wheel is rolling
}

This strikes me as a little convoluted - is there an easier way?

Thanks,
Novice

Nov 17 '05 #1
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