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using mouse wheel generats unknown software exception

2 posts in DataWindow .NET Last posting was on 2004-10-21 12:27:46.0Z
SmallDot Posted on 2004-10-21 08:56:44.0Z
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I created a freeform datawindow with detail height = 0, so
only the
summarized data is visible. The user can click to see the
detailed
information, in this case i set the detail height to a
definit value.

The trouble is if the height is 0 and the user rotates the
mouse wheel
then powerbuilder generats unknown software exception. (also
in
design time preview)

I am using PB6.5

Any idea ????

SmallDot


Bruce Armstrong [TeamSybase] Posted on 2004-10-21 12:27:46.0Z
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Please post this question in a section related to powerbuilder, such
as powerbuilder.general.

On 21 Oct 2004 01:56:44 -0700, SmallDot wrote:

>I created a freeform datawindow with detail height = 0, so
>only the
>summarized data is visible. The user can click to see the
>detailed
>information, in this case i set the detail height to a
>definit value.
>
>The trouble is if the height is 0 and the user rotates the
>mouse wheel
>then powerbuilder generats unknown software exception. (also
>in
>design time preview)
>
>I am using PB6.5
>
>Any idea ????
>
>SmallDot

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