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Generalcscrollview snaps back to zero when you scroll past 32760 pixels Pin
mickelliot25-Aug-04 13:35
mickelliot25-Aug-04 13:35 
Hi there,

I have a CScrollView containing a large document. When I scroll horizontally and get to a horizontal scroll position of around 32760 pixels the scroll snaps back to the zero horizontal position. This only happens if I scroll by dragging the scrollbar itself. If I click on the little arrow at the end of the scrollbar there is no problem and it can scroll horizontally beyond 32760 pixels.

Does anybody know what could be causing this behaviour? My scrollview class does not override any of the basic scrolling functions so I feel confident it's not a bug that I've programmed in myself.

Thanks for your help!

mick
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