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Placing a custom scrollbar over TreeViewAdv scrollbar

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73156 Apr 22,2008 07:02 PM Apr 22,2008 07:04 PM Windows Forms 1
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Gus Matheson
Asked On April 22, 2008 07:02 PM


I've written a custom scroll bar and linked it into a TreeViewAdv control. My problem is I can't place the custom scrollbar over top of the old scrollbar (or even remove the old one so it doesn't paint over top of this).

I have tried using this to remove the scrollbars:
this.AutoScrolling = System.Windows.Forms.ScrollBars.None;
this.VScroll = false;
this.HScroll = false;

Is there a way I can place my custom scrollbar onto the TreeViewAdv control so you can't see the old one...and still be able to use the scrollbar wrapper class to controll the TreeViewAdv with my custom one?

If there is a simpler way of custom painting a TreeViewAdv scrollbar please let me know.


Gus Matheson
Replied On April 22, 2008 07:04 PM

The version we are running is 4.302.0.30


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