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DoScroll() in a Grid does not work if the application is in a screen left of the Main screen

DoScroll() in a Grid does not work if the application is in a screen left of the Main screen

DoScroll() in a Grid does not work if the application is in a screen left of the Main screen

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Hello VFP Warriors,

I have a peculiar problem today. on my development station, I use a 4K screen with two other 1K screens on the left side.
When I drag my VFP application into the left screens, the scrolling inside of a VFP Grid is disabled... not responsive. The MouseScroll() no longer responds to the Mouse and the DoScroll() function of the Grid will not perform at all.

I suspect that the X coordinates of the background being in the Negative portion is what is causing the problem, but it does not help. I do not know what I can do to fix it other than move the app into the screen with the Positive domain. Is there a way of kicking VFP in the rear to not do that to me?

(By the way, guys, it is great to see that VFP is still loved among some.)


Dennis Kean

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