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Scroll On Resized Window

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hey a little problem here-

I'm making a gui that has alot of labels on it. The program starts to write these labels from the top of the gui window to the bottom. The thing is that somtimes it can write up to 60 lines (each label is on its own line) and it take up more space than can fit on the screen. I want to make a scroll bar so that i can make the GUI window about 400X400 and be able to write the labels to a lower region (like 900 or so ) and scroll down there with a scroll bar. But when i do this the scroll bar apprears but won't scroll down at all...

Hope this makes sense, i can post the code at some point but its several pages long right now and that would overcomplicate things...

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hey a little problem here-

I'm making a gui that has alot of labels on it. The program starts to write these labels from the top of the gui window to the bottom. The thing is that somtimes it can write up to 60 lines (each label is on its own line) and it take up more space than can fit on the screen. I want to make a scroll bar so that i can make the GUI window about 400X400 and be able to write the labels to a lower region (like 900 or so ) and scroll down there with a scroll bar. But when i do this the scroll bar apprears but won't scroll down at all...

Hope this makes sense, i can post the code at some point but its several pages long right now and that would overcomplicate things...

How about a screen shot instead of the code? Have you thought about using TreeView or maybe using a ComboBox? Just some alternate ideas....

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yes i did think about that...of course only after i had everything all coded :think:

But i did some more searching yesterday and i guess it's not possible to have the GUI window itself be scroll-able...can any one confirm this?

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