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Combo Box Property

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Hi All,

Aside from code logic (if then, bool variables), is there a way to set
a combo box click method to only execute when the index (text) is
actually changed by a mouse click? I've changed the name of the method
to myComboBox_MouseClick but when I change the text in another method
(not from a user's click) the myComboBox_MouseClick method still
executes.

Thanks
Jan 14 '08 #1
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Hi,

Not that I knwo of, after all what the ComboBox throw the event when the
value change with no regards of that made it change.

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Hi All,

Aside from code logic (if then, bool variables), is there a way to set
a combo box click method to only execute when the index (text) is
actually changed by a mouse click? I've changed the name of the method
to myComboBox_MouseClick but when I change the text in another method
(not from a user's click) the myComboBox_MouseClick method still
executes.

Thanks

Jan 14 '08 #2

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