FB II Compiler

PG PRO

Debugging

Memory

System

Mathematics

Resources

Disk I/O

Windows

Controls

Menus

Mouse

Keyboard

Text

Fonts

Drawing

Sound

Clipboard

Printing

Communication

ASM

Made with FB

WINDOWS

Know why a window could be refreshed twice


You get an activate event when a window is "brought to the front" (usually as a result of clicking in it)--this is characterized by the window's highlighting changing.

You get an update event when a window is resized, or when any previously-obscured part of the window becomes visible again.

Depending on the circumstances, you may get an activate event without an update event; or an update event without an activate event; or you may get them both.

Rick