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I have a text box which gets lines added to it quite often in my program.
Is there a way i can make the scroll bar start at the bottom so the user sees the latest additions to the textbox and then can scroll up if they wanted to see earlier strings that were added to the textbox ?
Hope that makes sense and thanks in advance
I'm using Infopath 2007 with Sharepoint 2007 server. Now every time I try to view a form, the form acts like it is too large and shows TWO sets of scrollbars. The inner set of scrollbars are both vertical and horizontal, the outer scrollbar
is just horizontal.
I have tried removing images, removing parts of the form, shrinking the form content down to very small, opening the browser window up over two monitors. Nothing I do seems to get rid of the scrollbars.
Can anyone give me some suggestions?
Hi - I'm very new using Visual Basic 2008 Express
I'm creating a game with a very long vertical panel. On this panel I want to place buttons and other panels. I want to add a vertical scroll bar so that I can see the rest of the panel and the other buttons.
I've set AutoScroll for the Panel to TRUE but that doesn't seem to do anything. I've tried placing VScrollBar inside the Panel - but it doesn't operate.
Ok.. so here's the scenario:
I have a main user control (MUC) set to autoscroll its width cannot be more than 400px wide.
I add (using code not drag and drop) a series of identical inner user controls (IUCs)ÃÂ to MUC which are wider than 400px there the scroll bars kick into action (which is fine).
But... When I click on an IUC the MUC adjusts itself so the the top,left edge of the IUC is visible. e.g. if I scroll to the right most edge of an IUC and click on it, as soon as it get focus it causes the MUC to jump back to the left most top edge of the IUC I clicked on.
I am assuming the the Scrollbars on the MUC are trying to automatically fit the IUC into the visible area and I would like to stop it from doing this. I have tried a number of things but the only thing that stops this occuring is disabling the IUCs.
Thanks in advance
in SSRS 2008, a report delivered by e-mail displays a vertical scrollbar. (No scrollbar in native html/web rendering)
The same report deployed to 2008 "R2" does not display the bar in the e-mail.
Finicky report developers in a slight funk.
Possible patch for the 2008 behaviour?
I've created a DataGrid and supplied it with data. The problem is when I scroll over the table many times, the Scrollbar is expanding.
Could any one help in this?
I'm using .Net 4.0 DataGrid control to display my data using databinding. The data are displayed correctly but there is an issue with the horizontal scrollbar:
My datagrid has 15 columns and window when displayed is not showing all the 15 columns. This is okay as the window width limit the number of visible columns. So, as not all columns are visible, there is a horizontal scroll bar. If I drag the horizontal scroll
bar at once to the right of the datagrid, it will appear to be moved to the end right but it really go just to the middle. So even If moved the horizontal bar to the end right, it did not go all the way ! I was expecting it to go all the way.
If I keep dragging the horizontal scroll bar to the right until it reach the end, at that time, the scroll bar works properly. I can then move it to the left, and move it to the right end and this time it will go all the way.
Is this is a known issue ? Any workaround so the scroll bar go all the way to the right when dragged to the complete right ?
Important detail: I'm using columns virtualization (EnableColumnVirtualization="True"). If i turn off the columns virtualization, the issue
does not occur.