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Old Today, 09:45 AM   #31
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Re: Emulated split form problem

If you use a dedicated form as the splitter updates seem to work for both forms and you can add a resizer.

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Re: Emulated split form problem

Hmm, some nice touches there.
The only thing I see that I would not like happening is the record count always shows 1 of 1 for the main form, but I am going to study it when I have time as there is some stuff there I would like to learn and use.

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Re: Emulated split form problem

Good spot. That's because nav buttons on the sub are turned off, but I didn't turn them on the container form Should be the other way around.

I got an error when sorting the continuous form. Dunno what's causing that.


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