NumUpDown

Discussion in 'Bug Reports' started by petrbury, May 15, 2007.

  1. petrbury

    petrbury Member Licensed User

    Hi,
    I found a little bug or unpleasent property, when using NumUpDown control. When I set maximum (for example to 100), using keyboard I'm able to write greater value to the NumUp control then setted maximum . But program calculate with maximum value (100 in this case). So I can see another value, then is used for calculating and the outcome could be confusing.
    Regards Petr.
     
  2. stbi

    stbi Member Licensed User

    Yes, I reported this allready in the old forum. The problem is that keyboard entries do not trigger the ValueChanged-event and therefore there is no min/max-check.

    As far as I remember Erel plans to fix this issue with the next version.
     
  3. petrbury

    petrbury Member Licensed User

    OK, that's no problem if I know about it - I can make a check in program. I wrote about it, because it could spare a bit time for others.
    Petr
     
    Last edited: May 15, 2007
  4. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    This is a bug (or a misbehavior) in .Net CF 1.0.
    It is fixed in .Net CF 2.0.
     
  5. petrbury

    petrbury Member Licensed User

    Thank you for your reply Erel, but I've upgraded my PDA to NETCF2 SP2 and behaviation of NumUpDown didn't change. As I wrote, that's no problem to check maximum in program, but I'd like to know, why it don't work. By the way, is there any possibility, how to find out, what release of NETCF is running on my PDA?
    Thanks in advance
    Petr
     
  6. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

  7. petrbury

    petrbury Member Licensed User

    Thank you Erel, now I have no problem with NumUpDown :) . I had an impression, that I saw the advice about NETCF installing but I searched it on forum and forgot about Basic4ppc.com :signOops:
    But I don't know how to test release of NETCF. Please see my reply on your thread about it.
    Petr
     
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