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I might be missing something obvious, but why does CommonDialog.cls need to use registry entries to be used in scripts vs just having the class Implement IObjectSafety?
In a new VB project everything works perfectly.
But when I try to add 'VB Common Controls Replacement 1.6 Library' in my existing project from 'Project > Components' box and click on Apply button, I get the message "Name conflicts with existing module, project, or object library". Does anyone have solution?
The ComboBoxW control allows to edit at Property Style= 0. What if I don't want the user to edit in the control. I just want him to select item from drop-down list. I tried using property Locked = True. But then ComboBoxW only let the user to Drop the items. However, it does not let him select the item.
Please suggest a solution!
Is there any thing similar to VisualStyles that can be done to the aspect of the forms?
first, thanks for your great work.
I encountered a bug when using your ActiveX Component.
LinkLabel control with transparent back style, works great in normal DPI size (96 DPI - 100%). But, in 192 DIP (200%), it completely cluttered and the background color becomes black. By changing the Transparent Property to False, everything works well again.
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I apologize for my poor English.
But two more. In 200% DPI:
1. The label size doesn't change correctly (Autosize property is set to True).
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