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hi all,
i am writting an interface with dotnet framework 3.5, i am using a tabControl with a TabPage that contains content bigger then the tab. autoScroll is enabled and works,
the problem is that while scrolling the contents of the tabPage dont refresh/Update so i cant tell where im scrolling to.

is there anyway to refresh its contents while scrolling?

thanks,
mono

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no one have any ideas?

mono

hi all,
i am writting an interface with dotnet framework 3.5, i am using a tabControl with a TabPage that contains content bigger then the tab. autoScroll is enabled and works,
the problem is that while scrolling the contents of the tabPage dont refresh/Update so i cant tell where im scrolling to.

is there anyway to refresh its contents while scrolling?

thanks,
mono

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hi abelLazm,
it doesnt seem to matter what the contents are - i have a form with "topLevel = false" in the tabpage but i have also tested with just some button controls and the results are the same

mono

can you please elaborate your contents

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what are the results mean can you explain the scenario can you attach any image?

hi abelLazm,
i have attahed the source for a test project showing the issue
it was made with vs 2008

1. build and run
2. in tab1 there is a vertical scrollbar
3. click the scrollbar and hold the mouse button down
4. move it down without releasing the button
5. the content does not update - it still looks blank
6. release the mouse button and an edittext box appears at the end of the scolled page

the content does not update till mouse up - i want it to update while i scroll so i can see where i am scrolling to on the page

thanks,
mark

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anyone have any ideas?

should i just implement my own tabpage?

mono

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