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niesz
post Mar 24 2008, 01:41 PM
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Please find demonstrated by the attached example a way of selecting multiple contiguous controls using the OnMouseMove event.
For illustration purposes the example provided selects colored rectangles and incorporates them into a Time Picker control.
The solution is not meant to be 100% Plug and Play. More than likely you will need to make small adaptations to use it with your own project. But it seemed like a very useful technique to demonstrate nonetheless.
The code has been kept as simple as possible to allow for easy modification. I can imagine many uses for this and I look forward to seeing what others come up with.
For further discussion a thread has been started here.
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CyberCow
post Mar 25 2008, 10:01 AM
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The attached example is from Chris O'Brien (ChrisO).

THe has taken the time to tighten up the code if you're actually going to use this as a production time picker. He has also included a new method that incorporates a single control that overlays all the others, thus allowing only a single OnMouseMove event to be processed.

Nice adaptation, Chris! thumbup.gif

(ACC97 & 2003 formats attached)

Keep 'em coming! cool.gif

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Walter Niesz | Microsoft Access MVP
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