[futurebasic] Re: [FB] List box refresh problem (with links)

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From: Robert Covington <artlythere@...>
Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2004 09:15:04 -0400
On Friday, September 17, 2004, at 08:56  AM, tedd wrote:

>> On Friday, September 17, 2004, at 08:12  AM, tedd wrote:
>>>> Bernie Wylde wrote:
>>>>> The following code builds a list box that's resized when the 
>>>>> window is resized.
>>>>> Tedd has reported refresh problem...
>>>>>    can you give me an idea where it's going wrong?
>> I still think it's too soon to rule out a Tedd as the bug. If just 
>> for spite's sake. :)
> I've been there too many times to laugh much.

Can I have $1 for each then? :)  I should at least clear enough for a 
good lunch and save some for din-din. :)

> Test it for yourself -- the code and application is at:
> http://sperling.com/test.sit
> It would be interesting to see if any of you could duplicate the 
> images I posted.
> tedd

Both app and source work as they should. I don't see the scroll button 
bottom bunching up like that, too short. Resize all day, follows along 
nicely, no erase issues.  I think that since the scroll control is 
attached to the list, and esized/resized/ and handled by the OS in 
large part, that you may indeed have some funky OS thing going on?

I suggest that you offload anything personal, and send your machine to 
me, as it's clearly in need of repair. You go get a new one while I 
refurbish your old one. I'll send it back to you once things are 
working to my specs. Could be as early as 2009. It's a win-win for all. 
You get a new Mac, I get a new broken Mac, Apple gets supported. Don't 


When this mystery is fathomed though, let me be the first to say "I 
scroll you so."

Wait, I've tracked this to bad CVS code in the Cocoa headers...the 
comment there says "Dead C Scrolls." Clear as mud now.

On a scroll