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Bug in .NET splitter

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I had used .Net Splitters in my application. There is a bug with that control
Moving splitter works fine. But when switch to some other window while
moving the splitte, the key board keys do not work in application.
Proper scenario is as follows. We assume that you have a VB.NET application
running with atleast one splitter and a text box. Also some other windows are
opened on your desktop
1- Move splitter in a VB.NET application
2-Keeping your mouse pressed switch to some other window by pressing ALT+TAB
keys
3-Now again switch to VB.NET application by pressing ALT+TAB keys(remeber
your mouse is still pressed and not released yet)
4. After switching to VB.NET application release your mouse.
5- Click in the text box of VB.NET application and prss any alphanumeric key.
Keyboard keys will not be working.
Had any one faced this problem. If yes than what are the possible solutions
for this problem.

Jul 21 '05 #1
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This is a case of:

Patient: "Doctor - it hurts when I do this"

Doctor: "Well don't do that"

I can't imagine why someone would event want to Alt+Tab to another window
while holding a mouse button down, but the best answer is to not do it.
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I had used .Net Splitters in my application. There is a bug with that
control
Moving splitter works fine. But when switch to some other window while
moving the splitte, the key board keys do not work in application.
Proper scenario is as follows. We assume that you have a VB.NET
application
running with atleast one splitter and a text box. Also some other windows
are
opened on your desktop
1- Move splitter in a VB.NET application
2-Keeping your mouse pressed switch to some other window by pressing
ALT+TAB
keys
3-Now again switch to VB.NET application by pressing ALT+TAB keys(remeber
your mouse is still pressed and not released yet)
4. After switching to VB.NET application release your mouse.
5- Click in the text box of VB.NET application and prss any alphanumeric
key.
Keyboard keys will not be working.
Had any one faced this problem. If yes than what are the possible
solutions
for this problem.

Jul 21 '05 #2

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Stephany Young wrote:
I can't imagine why someone would event want to Alt+Tab to another window
while holding a mouse button down, but the best answer is to not do it.


Drag and drop. For example, click and hold a .JPG file in explorer,
alt-tab to Photoshop and let it go there. I do this all the time.

And yes, I'm aware that you can drag to the traskbar and hover over the
app you want so it gets to the front, but alt-tabbing is faster :)
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Rinze van Huizen
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Jul 21 '05 #3

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