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    Posted: 29 September 2009 at 11:49pm
Guys,
 
We have an issue that only appears under Windows 7. We use a dummy form in certain project to handle the skin application for other forms in the project as these projects do not have the same form starting all the time. This DOESNT occur when we have a single form that opens and has the SkinFramwork control on it.
 
So this issue is this, when the subsequent form loads the scrollbar is disabled. If we do not apply a skin (loadskin "","") the scrollbar works merrily.
 
The scroll bar is on the standard listview control. We have version 13.1 of the codejock controls 13.1 and the latest Windows common controls as per this download (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=CB824E35-0403-45C4-9E41-459F0EB89E36&displaylang=en)  
 
Please find the sample project attatched.
 
Many thanks in advance,
 
Pete.
 
 
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Scrollbars problems still present with Xtreme Suite ActiveX version 13.2.0, the version declared as "Full Windows 7 compatible"
Crystal Reports XI preview window continue to appear with disabled scrollbars.
 
Any walkaround for this problem, other than changing active theme or not applying any skin at all?
Any word from Codejock?
 
Thanks in advance.
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Hi,
 
Our issue was with the standard Listview. Codejock have replied and offered a workround of adding the listview control to the 'dummy' form as win7 loads some DLL's after the skinframeworks. I guess you could try the same with the preview control??
 
Hope this helps.
 
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Yeah, putting the Crystal Reports Viewer control hidden inside the "Splash screen" form  of my application, along with moving to this form the call to InitCommonControls, seems to solve the problem!
 
Thanks for the trick.
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