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Vegitation Size Numbr Field-error

If you manually enter a number into the vegetation size field an error occurs.

Would be nice if the up/down arrows for these fields were repeating.
Dick Boley
 
Dick, I can't recreate that error on my machine. Will be a tough one to pin down. What number are you trying to enter and in what control?

As for the up/down buttons, those particular intrinsic VB controls onlly do one click at a time. I believe VB has a spinner control but it would require more .dlls to be included in the install package and I wanted to limit them.

Art Martin
 
Sorry, I think I had the original version. Need to clean up my folder.

Yes I would avoid anymore DLLs than necessary. No big deal since you can enter a number and then up/down arrow to fine tune.
Regards,
Dick Boley
 
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