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ComboBox DroppedDown

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Hello Sir,

This is Chandra and Working as Software Engineer. I got a really weird
problem with ComboBoxes.

I have set the ComboBox DroppedDown Property to true.

Now the actual problem is When the ComboBox DroppedDown is Shown I have to
actually click twice to get out of the form or need to click twice to do
anything.

For Example in My Form If I have 2 Controls One is ComboBox and Another
Button Which Clicked Just Closes the Form. Then I set ComboBox DroppedDown
= true.So When the ComboBox DroppedDown = true to click on Close Button I
need to click twice to initate click event on the button.

Plz Help me on how to do it once when ComboBox DroppedDown = true.If
Combobox DroppedDown = true I need to click twicw to click X on the Form as
Well. Is this a Bug of ComboBox. I am using .NET 1.1

I am under tremendous pressure from client to perform this action.

I surely know u r the master in .NET sir plz help me to solve this problem.

Thanks very much

Chandra

Jul 21 '05 #1
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This might be oversimplifying... have you tried giving something else
focus? i.e. form.focus()
Chandra wrote:
Hello Sir,

This is Chandra and Working as Software Engineer. I got a really weird
problem with ComboBoxes.

I have set the ComboBox DroppedDown Property to true.

Now the actual problem is When the ComboBox DroppedDown is Shown I have to
actually click twice to get out of the form or need to click twice to do
anything.

For Example in My Form If I have 2 Controls One is ComboBox and Another
Button Which Clicked Just Closes the Form. Then I set ComboBox DroppedDown
= true.So When the ComboBox DroppedDown = true to click on Close Button I
need to click twice to initate click event on the button.

Plz Help me on how to do it once when ComboBox DroppedDown = true.If
Combobox DroppedDown = true I need to click twicw to click X on the Form as
Well. Is this a Bug of ComboBox. I am using .NET 1.1

I am under tremendous pressure from client to perform this action.

I surely know u r the master in .NET sir plz help me to solve this problem.

Thanks very much

Chandra

Jul 21 '05 #2

P: n/a
This might be oversimplifying... have you tried giving something else
focus? i.e. form.focus()
Chandra wrote:
Hello Sir,

This is Chandra and Working as Software Engineer. I got a really weird
problem with ComboBoxes.

I have set the ComboBox DroppedDown Property to true.

Now the actual problem is When the ComboBox DroppedDown is Shown I have to
actually click twice to get out of the form or need to click twice to do
anything.

For Example in My Form If I have 2 Controls One is ComboBox and Another
Button Which Clicked Just Closes the Form. Then I set ComboBox DroppedDown
= true.So When the ComboBox DroppedDown = true to click on Close Button I
need to click twice to initate click event on the button.

Plz Help me on how to do it once when ComboBox DroppedDown = true.If
Combobox DroppedDown = true I need to click twicw to click X on the Form as
Well. Is this a Bug of ComboBox. I am using .NET 1.1

I am under tremendous pressure from client to perform this action.

I surely know u r the master in .NET sir plz help me to solve this problem.

Thanks very much

Chandra

Jul 21 '05 #3

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Thanks for ur response.

Please try to reproduce the problem and check out the problem then u will be
able to help me more???

"Clamps" wrote:
This might be oversimplifying... have you tried giving something else
focus? i.e. form.focus()
Chandra wrote:
Hello Sir,

This is Chandra and Working as Software Engineer. I got a really weird
problem with ComboBoxes.

I have set the ComboBox DroppedDown Property to true.

Now the actual problem is When the ComboBox DroppedDown is Shown I have to
actually click twice to get out of the form or need to click twice to do
anything.

For Example in My Form If I have 2 Controls One is ComboBox and Another
Button Which Clicked Just Closes the Form. Then I set ComboBox DroppedDown
= true.So When the ComboBox DroppedDown = true to click on Close Button I
need to click twice to initate click event on the button.

Plz Help me on how to do it once when ComboBox DroppedDown = true.If
Combobox DroppedDown = true I need to click twicw to click X on the Form as
Well. Is this a Bug of ComboBox. I am using .NET 1.1

I am under tremendous pressure from client to perform this action.

I surely know u r the master in .NET sir plz help me to solve this problem.

Thanks very much

Chandra

Jul 21 '05 #4

P: n/a
Thanks for ur response.

Please try to reproduce the problem and check out the problem then u will be
able to help me more???

"Clamps" wrote:
This might be oversimplifying... have you tried giving something else
focus? i.e. form.focus()
Chandra wrote:
Hello Sir,

This is Chandra and Working as Software Engineer. I got a really weird
problem with ComboBoxes.

I have set the ComboBox DroppedDown Property to true.

Now the actual problem is When the ComboBox DroppedDown is Shown I have to
actually click twice to get out of the form or need to click twice to do
anything.

For Example in My Form If I have 2 Controls One is ComboBox and Another
Button Which Clicked Just Closes the Form. Then I set ComboBox DroppedDown
= true.So When the ComboBox DroppedDown = true to click on Close Button I
need to click twice to initate click event on the button.

Plz Help me on how to do it once when ComboBox DroppedDown = true.If
Combobox DroppedDown = true I need to click twicw to click X on the Form as
Well. Is this a Bug of ComboBox. I am using .NET 1.1

I am under tremendous pressure from client to perform this action.

I surely know u r the master in .NET sir plz help me to solve this problem.

Thanks very much

Chandra

Jul 21 '05 #5

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