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Modal Pop Up Form loses Focus

Modal Pop Up Form loses Focus

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Hello,

Please can someone help?

Due to Outlook being offline in the UK for large parts of this week, I have had to revert back to using CHILKAT so send emails.

One problem with Chilkat is that it locks up the system for a few seconds whilst the email is sent. This generally is not a big issue, however if an email is sent with attachments, then after around 10 seconds the email form (which is pop up and modal) disappears under the form below (i guess for some reason it is losing focus).

I have tried putting me.focus at the end of the code, but this does not help.

Are there any suggestions how to stop the form losing focus (or disappearing to the back) - or at least to get the form back to the front.

Many thanks

Mark

RE: Modal Pop Up Form loses Focus

My immediate response is: refresh the .setfocus periodically.
In the form time event - set the timer to say 5 seconds, and in the timer event use 'Me.SetFocus' or 'Me.Visible = True' (if you have no controls on the form).
Simple.

However, this feels messy, so, would I be wrong in directing you to the DoEvents function?

I don't know - go look at DoEvents and have a play!

ATB,

Darrylle

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