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Can someone confirm this :o)

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Hi,

I have been trying to find an answer, even a hint, but despite posting
the following question on various forums i haven't even had a single
reply for nearly two weeks :o(.

"Why do treeview tooltips flash if the main form has its
transparencykey set?"

Could a couple of people please try this (its a 67 second job) just so
i know it isn't just my PC :o)

You can replicate this behaviour really easily by (c# VS2003)

1) creating a new c# windows application
2) set Form1.TransparencyKey to the same as Form1.BackColor
3) Add a treeview to the form
4) Add a node to TreeView1 whose text is too long to display (i used
'whyisthishappeningwhyisthishappeningwhyisthishapp eningwhywhywhy')
5) run the application and hover your mouse over the node.
Many thanks,

James.

Jan 26 '07 #1
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I do see the described behavior in .NET 1.1. I do not see it in .NET
2.0 though.

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Clay Burch
Syncfusion, Inc.

Jan 26 '07 #2

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ClayB,
Thanks for your reply. It does seem to be a 1.1 issue - dammit.

Is there anybody there (that could give me a clue as to why this is
happening)?

Cheers and thanks!
James.

On 26 Jan, 10:51, "ClayB" <c...@syncfusion.comwrote:
I do see the described behavior in .NET 1.1. I do not see it in .NET
2.0 though.

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Clay Burch
Syncfusion, Inc.
Jan 26 '07 #3

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