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EditControl default scroll state

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3457 Mar 20,2003 01:28 PM Mar 21,2003 08:01 AM Windows Forms 1
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Ivan Pelly
Asked On March 20, 2003 01:28 PM

When setting the .text property of the control, then displaying the containing form, the control is by default scrolled to the bottom of the text. It there a way to have it default to displaying the beginning of the text, not the end? Thanks

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 21, 2003 08:01 AM

Hi Ivan, To adjust this, you will need to modify the location of the cursor. This can be done as follows: After you insert the text, or set the text property, you can then set the current line and character to be 1, and then scroll to the caret. editControl1.CurrentChar = 1; editControl1.CurrentLine = 1; editControl1.ScrollToViewCaret(); -Syncfusion Technical Support Please note that there is a separate forum for Essential Edit issues.


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