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Mouse Roller Control On a Listbox

Mouse Roller Control On a Listbox

(OP)
In clarion 10.

PROMPT('Address Status:'),AT(8,21),USE(?Prompt8),TRN
LIST,AT(66,21,100,10),USE(ASta:Description),DROP(5),FORMAT('180L|M~Description~@s45@'),FROM(Queue:FileDrop), |
MSG('Description')

When the listbox is selected and i move the mouse roller, the value of the description changes. I would like to turn off/disable the roller in listbox control. My client says sometimes they inadvertently change the value when self.request = changerecord. Any ideas.

I have tried the Prop:alwaysdrop = 0 or 1 and neither seems to affect how the listbox reacts.

thanks

RE: Mouse Roller Control On a Listbox

Hi,

you could experimentalize with PROP:WheelScroll, perhaps there is a value with no reaction when he scrolled inadvertently.

cagiv

RE: Mouse Roller Control On a Listbox

(OP)
Prop:wheelscroll does not solve the issue. I have set control to skip so that the control is never selected. However when i hover over the control with mouse pointer and roll the wheel the value changes.

Any other ideas for stopping the scroll wheel until dropdown is activated.

thanks

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