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Hello

I build a usercontrol. On this new control, I added two controls, a TextBox
and a ComboBox. My ComboBox is filled with a DataTable. When the user types
something in the TextBox, I apply a filter to the DataView of the DataTable
of my ComboBox. If there is more than one element, I dropdown the list. If I
have one element, it is automatically selected. My problem is that the
cursor works badly. When I type for the first time in TextBox, the cursor
work correctly. If I move my mouse on the dropped list, I have the default
cursor. If I select something in the list, everything is ok. The next time I
type something, I remain with I-Beam of TextBox even when I move the mouse
on the list. The third time, I don't have any cursor at all. I search the
Net and I didn't find anything concerning this bug. There is nothing in my
code that changes the cursor like :

Me.Cursor = System.Windows.Forms.Cursors.WaitCursor

Is there a solution for this?

Thank you

--
Marc R.
E-mail
Dim strAddr As String =Convert.ToString(String.Format("{0}.{2}@{3}.{1}",
"mxrc", "cx", "robitxille", "xrs-solutions")).Replace("x", "a")
Nov 23 '05 #1
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It's a Windows thing.
Control Panel->Mouse->Pointer Options tab

Mark.

"Marc Robitaille" wrote:
Hello

I build a usercontrol. On this new control, I added two controls, a TextBox
and a ComboBox. My ComboBox is filled with a DataTable. When the user types
something in the TextBox, I apply a filter to the DataView of the DataTable
of my ComboBox. If there is more than one element, I dropdown the list. If I
have one element, it is automatically selected. My problem is that the
cursor works badly. When I type for the first time in TextBox, the cursor
work correctly. If I move my mouse on the dropped list, I have the default
cursor. If I select something in the list, everything is ok. The next time I
type something, I remain with I-Beam of TextBox even when I move the mouse
on the list. The third time, I don't have any cursor at all. I search the
Net and I didn't find anything concerning this bug. There is nothing in my
code that changes the cursor like :

Me.Cursor = System.Windows.Forms.Cursors.WaitCursor

Is there a solution for this?

Thank you

--
Marc R.
E-mail
Dim strAddr As String =Convert.ToString(String.Format("{0}.{2}@{3}.{1}",
"mxrc", "cx", "robitxille", "xrs-solutions")).Replace("x", "a")

Nov 23 '05 #2

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