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  2. 7 votes
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    Jf Ruiz commented  · 

    You can solve that using Daniel Pineault's easy aproach at
    https://www.devhut.net/2014/01/22/ms-access-enable-mouse-wheel-scrolling-of-text-box/

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    1 comment  ·  Access (Desktop Application) » Forms  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jf Ruiz commented  · 

    Popup forms do not get focus and because of that I supposed could not respond to some functions that relay in Screen.ActiveControl.

    I Hope some day they change that...

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    Jf Ruiz commented  · 

    I think that is not a bug, but an intended behaviour.

    PopUps don't get focus and that change results of some functions.

    If you use Screen.Activeform inside a Popup form module, it will return the same as [Me].

    But, if you use Screen.Activeform from a standalone module, it will return the first non Popup form opened.

    If you use Screen.ActiveControl inside a Popup form module, you will get that popup form active control.

    But if you use Screen.ActiveControl from a standalone module it will return the control focused in the first non Popup form opened.

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    This is a serious issue. Fix it please.

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    Jf Ruiz commented  · 

    Don't know if you will read that after so long time, but you can disable it in the properties page and then enable it trough code in the form open event. That way the datasheet part headings not appeared but you have shortcut menu

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  9. 10 votes
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    3 comments  ·  Access (Desktop Application)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Jf Ruiz commented  · 

    I find the ribbon to be very usefull and flexible, but as you say, sometimes it is a real overkill, using a valuable portion of the windows for nothing.

    I also understand the movements made by MS to promote the use of ribbon, hidding custom menus in a special tab. But I think that is not necessary anymore and that maybe it is time to reintroduce support to custom menus outside of the ribbon, allowing the huge existing number of old fashion access aplications to run in newer versions.

    I really don't understand why a feature like that could be suppresed.. Whats the gain?

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