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combo box selection problem

combo box selection problem

combo box selection problem

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Hi,
I tried to find a way how to solve the next problem: I have a form with 2 combo boxes with the same data source. I need to be able to select different values in each combo box.
When I select a value from either combo box, it sets the other combo box to the same value. So the value in the combo boxes are always the same.
I've tried putting them in different panels....without result.
I saw that if I would have an array instead of object as data source...would be work if I would give them as data source the array and a clone of the array. In my situation, I tried to clone an object....with Deep Copy...IClonable....and so on....but I failed.It doesn't work, too.
Please give me some advices.I have to finish quickly a project.Thank you, Nora

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