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  1. #1
    Daryl Muellenberg Guest

    TreeView Garbled Text


    I am using the TreeView from the Mircosoft Windows Common Controls 6.0. If
    the text of a node is wider than the display area, and the node is highlighted,
    scrolling the tree to the right will garble the text by overlaying the text
    with numerous horizontal lines. It also appears to be affected by how fast
    I scroll - the slower I scroll the more lines appear. This only happens if
    the text is currently hightlighted, if it isn't highlighted, then it displays
    normally.

    I've searched the knowledge base and didn't find anything about this problem.
    Does anyone know anything about this or know if there is a workaround for
    this problem? TIA

    Daryl Muellenberg

  2. #2
    Jonathan Wood Guest

    Re: TreeView Garbled Text

    Did you try to duplicate this on another computer? It is possible that it is
    a display driver issue.

    --
    Jonathan Wood
    SoftCircuits Programming
    http://www.softcircuits.com
    "Daryl Muellenberg" <dmuellenberg@agris.com> wrote in message
    news:3abba1dd$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > I am using the TreeView from the Mircosoft Windows Common Controls 6.0. If
    > the text of a node is wider than the display area, and the node is

    highlighted,
    > scrolling the tree to the right will garble the text by overlaying the

    text
    > with numerous horizontal lines. It also appears to be affected by how fast
    > I scroll - the slower I scroll the more lines appear. This only happens if
    > the text is currently hightlighted, if it isn't highlighted, then it

    displays
    > normally.
    >
    > I've searched the knowledge base and didn't find anything about this

    problem.
    > Does anyone know anything about this or know if there is a workaround for
    > this problem? TIA
    >
    > Daryl Muellenberg




  3. #3
    Daryl Muellenberg Guest

    Re: TreeView Garbled Text


    Johnathan,

    This problem appears on every computer that the program has been installed
    on in our company, which has been approximately 30-40 computers. I don't
    think it is a display driver problem, since I can add a horizontal scroll
    bar to a list box and scrolling the list box does not display this behavior.

    Daryl


    "Jonathan Wood" <jwood@softcircuits.com> wrote:
    >Did you try to duplicate this on another computer? It is possible that it

    is
    >a display driver issue.
    >
    >--
    >Jonathan Wood
    >SoftCircuits Programming
    >http://www.softcircuits.com
    >"Daryl Muellenberg" <dmuellenberg@agris.com> wrote in message
    >news:3abba1dd$1@news.devx.com...
    >>
    >> I am using the TreeView from the Mircosoft Windows Common Controls 6.0.

    If
    >> the text of a node is wider than the display area, and the node is

    >highlighted,
    >> scrolling the tree to the right will garble the text by overlaying the

    >text
    >> with numerous horizontal lines. It also appears to be affected by how

    fast
    >> I scroll - the slower I scroll the more lines appear. This only happens

    if
    >> the text is currently hightlighted, if it isn't highlighted, then it

    >displays
    >> normally.
    >>
    >> I've searched the knowledge base and didn't find anything about this

    >problem.
    >> Does anyone know anything about this or know if there is a workaround

    for
    >> this problem? TIA
    >>
    >> Daryl Muellenberg

    >
    >



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