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Date Posted: 07:18:24 09/24/01 Mon
Author: Michel
Subject: Re: Redraw procedure
In reply to: Phil Taylor 's message, "Redraw procedure" on 12:06:29 09/22/01 Sat

Hi Philip,

Redraw effectively resets parameters like recalculating the zoom value and checks for the need of scoll bars. This resets the scroll bar positions.

It may work to save the scroll bar positions before the Redraw by using


and restoring them after the redraw.

Best regards,


>Hello all,
> I have a little problem. When working with the
>TImageScrollBox component say for example the Image is
>bigger than the component, so the scrollbars appear,
>now when i run the ImageScrollBox.Redraw(True);
>procedure the image goes to the top therefore changes
>the current position of the scrollbars. Is there a way
>to not make this happen??
>Thanks a lot,
>Philip Taylor

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