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Record position after browse update

Record position after browse update

Record position after browse update

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Regards to all,
I have a byte field I update directly from the browse with a single mouse click, only problem is on update it forces (flicks) the updated record to the top of the browse list. I am using a great little template from Locus, Clarion 5.0, Legacy. The code after byte change is:
   IF RIUpdate:MyFile().
      BRW1::LocateMode = LocateOnEdit
      DO BRW1::LocateRecord             !Suspect this
      DO BRW1::PostNewSelection
   END
I can update the record using another method (PUT) but can't seem to get the browse to refresh and display the change. The template works fine, but when the list exceeds the view this annoying little problem occurs in my program. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

RE: Record position after browse update

Try DO BRW1::RefreshPage

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