I''m using Syncfusion''s tool to make a project in .NET.
Currently, I need to create a ComboBoxAdv (or ComboBoxBase) and listen to its GotFocus and LostFocus events. The problem is, those events are never raised, as the ComboBox itself never gets the focus.
I found that the component that actually gets the focus is the internal TextBox, but that won''t work, as I need to capture the "global" component''s events. The reason for this is because I have to make a framework that''s independent of the controls that are used.
What I''m asking is, is there a way to raise the ComboBox''s GetFocus and LostFocusEvent without having to derive the class and create my own component? Is this a bug?
I hope someone can help me.
ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team May 28, 2004 01:48 PM
Can you instead not listen to the Enter and Leave events? This is normally the recommended method of listening to a control getting activated and deactivated.
PMPedro Miguel RodriguesMay 31, 2004 12:45 AM
Yes, thanks, that worked. I never thought of using those events :)
Anyway, now I have another problem... Whe the ComboBox gets the focus, it automatically selects the text. The thing is, my application requires that the ESC and ENTER keys be used to navigate between fields, but, when I press ESC inside the ComboBox, since the text is selected, what it does is deselect it, and only when I press ESC the second time does he actually move the focus. Is there any way to prevent the text from being selected?