I can't seem to find an answer to this anywhere so I am trying here.
When I don't apply any CSS styles to the properties CompletionListCssClass, CompletionListItemCssClass and CompletionListHighlightedItemCssClass the completion list displays a nice dropdownlist right below the targeted textbox.
However, I am simply looking for a border and a scrollbar after 100 pixels in height (I am allowing 20 items returned).
Initially I was using the CompletionListElementID property and pointing it to a DIV placed right below the target textbox. I applied the styles to the DIV (height:100px; overflow:scroll;) and all was well.
Even though that produced exactly what I wanted, I noticed that VS 2008 SP1 with .NET 3.5 SP1 was telling me that the CompletionListElementID property is obsolete and I should use the CSS styles.
So now I am in a bind because I don't know CSS that well and using some example CSS, that doesn't seem to refer to ANY positioning, the list shows up in odd places...nowhere near the target TextBox.
Can anyone tell me what I should do?
Can I use the CompletionListElementID property even though I am being warned it is obsolete? It seems to work just fine.
I know that I downloaded the latest ToolKit for .NET 3.5 and VS2008 SP1.
Thanks for any help...
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