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    Problems with combo boxes

    I have two problems with comboboxes:

    Problem 1:
    I have found a very good webpage regarding VB6 combo boxes:
    https://www.thevbprogrammer.com/Ch09...Comboboxes.htm
    In there, one of the examples is called: "Extend the Number of Items Displayed"

    Here is how it works:
    Code:
    Option Explicit
    
    Private Type POINTAPI
        X As Long
        Y As Long
    End Type
    
    Private Type RECT
        Left As Long
        Top As Long
        Right As Long
        Bottom As Long
    End Type
    
    Private Declare Function SendMessage Lib "user32" Alias "SendMessageA" (ByVal hwnd As Long, ByVal wMsg As Long, ByVal wParam As Long, lParam As Any) As Long
    Private Declare Function MoveWindow Lib "user32" (ByVal hwnd As Long, ByVal X As Long, ByVal Y As Long, ByVal nWidth As Long, ByVal nHeight As Long, ByVal bRepaint As Long) As Long
    Private Declare Function ScreenToClient Lib "user32" (ByVal hwnd As Long, lpPoint As POINTAPI) As Long
    Private Declare Function GetWindowRect Lib "user32" (ByVal hwnd As Long, lpRect As RECT) As Long
    
    Private Const CB_GETITEMHEIGHT      As Long = &H154
    Code:
    Public Sub SetDropDownHeight(pobjForm As Form, _
                                 pobjCombo As ComboBox, _
                                 plngNumItemsToDisplay As Long)
    
        Dim pt              As POINTAPI
        Dim rc              As RECT
        Dim lngSavedWidth   As Long
        Dim lngNewHeight    As Long
        Dim lngOldScaleMode As Long
        Dim lngItemHeight   As Long
    
        lngSavedWidth = pobjCombo.Width
    
        lngOldScaleMode = pobjForm.ScaleMode
        pobjForm.ScaleMode = vbPixels
        
        lngItemHeight = SendMessage(pobjCombo.hwnd, CB_GETITEMHEIGHT, 0, ByVal 0)
        
        lngNewHeight = lngItemHeight * (plngNumItemsToDisplay + 2)
        
        Call GetWindowRect(pobjCombo.hwnd, rc)
        pt.X = rc.Left
        pt.Y = rc.Top
        
        Call ScreenToClient(pobjForm.hwnd, pt)
        
        Call MoveWindow(pobjCombo.hwnd, pt.X, pt.Y, pobjCombo.Height, lngNewHeight, True)
        
        pobjForm.ScaleMode = lngOldScaleMode
        pobjCombo.Width = lngSavedWidth
    
    End Sub
    If I put a combobox on a form, and use that procedure like this:
    Code:
       SetDropDownHeight Me, Combo1, 20
    It will work perfectly.

    But, the problem is that my combobox is not DIRECTLY on a form.
    It is on a picturebox.
    And that is why the above procedure doesn't work.

    I need to tweak the above procedure, such that it would work for a combobox whether located on the form or on a picturebox.
    But, I don't know how to do that.
    Can you please help?


    Problem 2:
    I have a number of comboboxes that are located at the far right of a form.
    The width of the contents of the dropdown boxes are larger than the width of the comboboxes themselves.
    So, when at runtime, I drop the combobox, the contents of the combobox (that are wider than the un-dropped combo box) extend beyond the right side of the application.
    And if the application is positioned at the far right of the screen (monitor), then the contents of the dropdown box are cut off at that point.

    I need to force the combobox to show its contents as "right-aligned with the combo box itself.
    They are currently left-aligned, and that is why they exceed (and sometimes are cut off at) the right border.

    I don't know how to do this.
    Can you please help.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    Problem 1:

    (Not tested) Try doing this:

    remove 'pobjForm As Form,' from the parameters
    declare pobjForm As Object in the declarations of the procedure
    add a line Set pobjForm = pobjCombo.Container at the start of the procedure.

    For the second problem, I could change the position of the list but after is is shown (and the animation finished).
    Not sure if with subclassing it could be done better.

    To test, add a timer with 1 millisecond interval and Enabled to False.
    It assumes a ComboBox named Combo1:
    Code:
    Private Type RECT
        Left As Long
        Top As Long
        Right As Long
        Bottom As Long
    End Type
    
    Private Type COMBOBOXINFO
       cbSize As Long
       rcItem As RECT
       rcButton As RECT
       stateButton As Long
       hwndCombo As Long
       hwndEdit As Long
       hWndList As Long
    End Type
    
    Private Declare Function GetComboBoxInfo Lib "user32" (ByVal hwndCombo As Long, CBInfo As COMBOBOXINFO) As Long
    Private Declare Function GetWindowRect Lib "user32" (ByVal hWnd As Long, lpRect As RECT) As Long
    Private Declare Function SetWindowPos Lib "user32" (ByVal hWnd As Long, ByVal hWndInsertAfter As Long, ByVal X As Long, ByVal Y As Long, ByVal cx As Long, ByVal cy As Long, ByVal wFlags As Long) As Long
    
    Private Sub Combo1_DropDown()
        Timer1.Enabled = True
    End Sub
    
    Private Function GetComboListHwnd(nCombo As Object) As Long
        Dim iCboInf As COMBOBOXINFO
        
        iCboInf.cbSize = Len(iCboInf)
        GetComboBoxInfo nCombo.hWnd, iCboInf
        GetComboListHwnd = iCboInf.hWndList
    End Function
    
    Private Sub Timer1_Timer()
        Dim iRCList As RECT
        Dim iRCCombo As RECT
        Dim hWndList As Long
        Dim iWidth As Long
        
        Timer1.Enabled = False
        
        hWndList = GetComboListHwnd(Combo1)
        
        GetWindowRect hWndList, iRCList
        iWidth = iRCList.Right - iRCList.Left
        GetWindowRect Combo1.hWnd, iRCCombo
        iRCList.Right = iRCCombo.Right
        iRCList.Left = iRCList.Right - iWidth
        SetWindowPos hWndList, 0, iRCList.Left, iRCList.Top, iWidth, iRCList.Bottom - iRCList.Top, 0
    End Sub
    PS: the code will put the list always right aligned, it will need some additions to do it only when necessary.
    Last edited by Eduardo-; May 2nd, 2021 at 06:49 AM.

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    Quote Originally Posted by Eduardo- View Post
    Problem 1:

    (Not tested) Try doing this:

    remove 'pobjForm As Form,' from the parameters
    declare pobjForm As Object in the declarations of the procedure
    add a line Set pobjForm = pobjCombo.Container at the start of the procedure.

    For the second problem, I could change the position of the list but after is is shown (and the animation finished).
    Not sure if with subclassing it could be done better.

    To test, add a timer with 1 millisecond interval and Enabled to False.
    It assumes a ComboBox named Combo1:
    Code:
    Private Type RECT
        Left As Long
        Top As Long
        Right As Long
        Bottom As Long
    End Type
    
    Private Type COMBOBOXINFO
       cbSize As Long
       rcItem As RECT
       rcButton As RECT
       stateButton As Long
       hwndCombo As Long
       hwndEdit As Long
       hWndList As Long
    End Type
    
    Private Declare Function GetComboBoxInfo Lib "user32" (ByVal hwndCombo As Long, CBInfo As COMBOBOXINFO) As Long
    Private Declare Function GetWindowRect Lib "user32" (ByVal hWnd As Long, lpRect As RECT) As Long
    Private Declare Function SetWindowPos Lib "user32" (ByVal hWnd As Long, ByVal hWndInsertAfter As Long, ByVal X As Long, ByVal Y As Long, ByVal cx As Long, ByVal cy As Long, ByVal wFlags As Long) As Long
    
    Private Sub Combo1_DropDown()
        Timer1.Enabled = True
    End Sub
    
    Private Function GetComboListHwnd(nCombo As Object) As Long
        Dim iCboInf As COMBOBOXINFO
        
        iCboInf.cbSize = Len(iCboInf)
        GetComboBoxInfo nCombo.hWnd, iCboInf
        GetComboListHwnd = iCboInf.hWndList
    End Function
    
    Private Sub Timer1_Timer()
        Dim iRCList As RECT
        Dim iRCCombo As RECT
        Dim hWndList As Long
        Dim iWidth As Long
        
        Timer1.Enabled = False
        
        hWndList = GetComboListHwnd(Combo1)
        
        GetWindowRect hWndList, iRCList
        iWidth = iRCList.Right - iRCList.Left
        GetWindowRect Combo1.hWnd, iRCCombo
        iRCList.Right = iRCCombo.Right
        iRCList.Left = iRCList.Right - iWidth
        SetWindowPos hWndList, 0, iRCList.Left, iRCList.Top, iWidth, iRCList.Bottom - iRCList.Top, 0
    End Sub
    PS: the code will put the list always right aligned, it will need some additions to do it only when necessary.
    Hi.
    The solution that you providede for problem 1, works perfectly.

    The solution for problem 2 does not work.
    Does it work on your computer?
    Can you please help?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    Quote Originally Posted by IliaPreston View Post
    Does it work on your computer?
    Can you please help?

    Thanks.
    Yes, attached is the sample.
    I added code to do it only when it exceeds the screen width, but for doing it with secondary monitors it would require some adaptation.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    Yes. It works perfectly.
    Thanks a lot.

    ... but for doing it with secondary monitors it would require some adaptation
    Not sure what you exactly mean by that.
    My computer is attached to only one monitor. So, I cannot test your code with two monitors.
    But, it is possible that somebody else using my application may have two monitors attached to his/her computer.

    I really don't need the contents of the combo box to extend to the second monitor (contents being split between two monitors).
    That kind of cross-monitor splitting is definitely NOT what I need. That would be an unnecessary luxury.

    My point is that if there are two monitors attached to a computer, and the user runs this application on either one of the two monitors, will your code work correctly (right-align the contents of the combo box if that content exceeds the right border of the screen on which the application is running (ignoring the other monitor)). whether it is running on monitor 1 or monitor 2?

    If it right-aligns based on looking only at the CURRENT monitor (and ignoring the other monitor) then it would be perfectly sufficient for me.

    So, my question is how to interpret this:
    ... but for doing it with secondary monitors it would require some adaptation
    Can you please clarify?

    Thanks again
    Ilia

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    Quote Originally Posted by IliaPreston View Post
    Can you please clarify?

    Thanks again
    Ilia
    Now it works like this: if the right side of the list exceeds the limit of the primary monitor, it aligns the list to the right of the combo control.

    It will work fine in 99% of cases, because who works in a secondary monitor anyway?

    But, if someone is working in a secondary monitor that is located at the right of the primary (the most common situation), the list will be aligned always to the right (because it always will exceed the right side of the primary monitor).

    That can be fixed quite easily (tested).
    Changing the line:

    Code:
    If iRCList.Right > (Screen.Width \ Screen.TwipsPerPixelX) Then ' only if it goes beyond the screen width
    to:

    Code:
    If (iRCList.Right > (Screen.Width \ Screen.TwipsPerPixelX)) And Not (iRCList.Left > (Screen.Width \ Screen.TwipsPerPixelX)) Then   ' only if it goes beyond the screen width but is still on the primary monitor
    Another consequence is that if the combo is near to the right side of the secondary monitor, it will not change the list alignment as it does with the primary.
    Fixing that would require some more complex code (using multi monitors APIs), but it is anyway a situation that probably won't happen or won't happen frequently in practice. And anyway, in such situation the user can still move the window a bit to the left manually.

    I just mentioned it for completeness.
    If you want it can be done with multi monitor APIs, but i don't think it's worth it.

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    Thanks a lot for your help.
    I really appreciate it.
    Ilia

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    The main two problems mentioned in post #1 have been solved, thanks to Eduardo.
    However, as I am working on this project and the same combo boxes, another problem has happened:

    Problem #3:
    I need to (if possible) group combo box items.

    Please compare it to how menu items are grouped. If in the menu editor, you insert a menu item that is just a dash (this sign: "-"), then the menu that is created at runtime shows a full line that separates the menu items below it from the menu items above it.
    This separator comes in really handy. You can group related items together.

    I am trying to do the same thing with a combo box.
    The following:
    Code:
       Combo1.AddItem "aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa"
       Combo1.AddItem "bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb"
       Combo1.AddItem "cccccccccccccccccc"
       Combo1.AddItem "-"
       Combo1.AddItem "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
       Combo1.AddItem "yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy"
       Combo1.AddItem "zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz"
       Combo1.AddItem "-"
       Combo1.AddItem "111111111111111111"
       Combo1.AddItem "222222222222222222"
       Combo1.AddItem "333333333333333333"
    populates the combobox with all those items (including the two items that show the dash sign).
    Those two items take up as much vertical space as any other item (which is a waste of space and also ugly)
    Also those two items are selectable items, while they shouldn't be.
    I don't want them to be selectable.

    Is there a way to do this?

    Please advise.
    Thanks.
    Ilia

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    This part I don't understand:
    Those two items take up as much vertical space as any other item (which is a waste of space and also ugly)
    The ComboBox items are all drawn using the same font.
    So all items (rows) have the same height.
    Do you want some other font for the "dash" line and also draw it disabled?

    Why not use a popup menu under a command button?

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    The Combo control is very limited in that regard.

    About not allowing to select those items, you can roll back the user action:

    Code:
    Private Sub Combo1_Click()
        If Combo1.Text = "-" Then
            Combo1.ListIndex = Val(Combo1.Tag)
        End If
    End Sub
    
    Private Sub Combo1_DropDown()
        Combo1.Tag = Combo1.ListIndex
    End Sub
    
    Private Sub Form_Load()
        Dim c As Long
        
        For c = 1 To 5
            Combo1.AddItem "First section Item " & c
        Next
        Combo1.AddItem "-"
        For c = 1 To 5
            Combo1.AddItem "Second section Item " & c
        Next
        Combo1.AddItem "-"
        For c = 1 To 5
            Combo1.AddItem "Third section Item " & c
        Next
    End Sub

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    Quote Originally Posted by Eduardo- View Post
    The Combo control is very limited in that regard.

    About not allowing to select those items, you can roll back the user action:

    Code:
    Private Sub Combo1_Click()
        If Combo1.Text = "-" Then
            Combo1.ListIndex = Val(Combo1.Tag)
        End If
    End Sub
    
    Private Sub Combo1_DropDown()
        Combo1.Tag = Combo1.ListIndex
    End Sub
    
    Private Sub Form_Load()
        Dim c As Long
        
        For c = 1 To 5
            Combo1.AddItem "First section Item " & c
        Next
        Combo1.AddItem "-"
        For c = 1 To 5
            Combo1.AddItem "Second section Item " & c
        Next
        Combo1.AddItem "-"
        For c = 1 To 5
            Combo1.AddItem "Third section Item " & c
        Next
    End Sub
    The above code works fine if the user uses mouse to select items.

    But, if the user uses keyboard (Down Arrow and Up Arrow) to select items, it doesn't work fine.
    It actually does do the job of disallowing the selection of the "-" item, but then the user cannot continue going further down the dropdown list by pressing the Down Arrow again.
    It falls into a trap.

    Is there a way we could make it work smoothly in all those situations (Up Arrow, Down Arrow and mouse click)?

    Thanks.
    Ilia

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    Yes, I see. Please check if this one code works better:

    Code:
    Private Sub Combo1_Click()
        If Combo1.Text = "-" Then
            Select Case Val(Combo1.Tag)
                Case Combo1.ListIndex - 1
                    Combo1.ListIndex = Combo1.ListIndex + 1
                Case Combo1.ListIndex + 1
                    Combo1.ListIndex = Combo1.ListIndex - 1
                Case Else
                    Combo1.ListIndex = Val(Combo1.Tag)
            End Select
        Else
            Combo1.Tag = Combo1.ListIndex
        End If
    End Sub
    
    Private Sub Form_Load()
        Dim c As Long
        
        For c = 1 To 5
            Combo1.AddItem "First section Item " & c
        Next
        Combo1.AddItem "-"
        For c = 1 To 5
            Combo1.AddItem "Second section Item " & c
        Next
        Combo1.AddItem "-"
        For c = 1 To 5
            Combo1.AddItem "Third section Item " & c
        Next
    End Sub

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    Quote Originally Posted by Eduardo- View Post
    Yes, I see. Please check if this one code works better:

    Code:
    Private Sub Combo1_Click()
        If Combo1.Text = "-" Then
            Select Case Val(Combo1.Tag)
                Case Combo1.ListIndex - 1
                    Combo1.ListIndex = Combo1.ListIndex + 1
                Case Combo1.ListIndex + 1
                    Combo1.ListIndex = Combo1.ListIndex - 1
                Case Else
                    Combo1.ListIndex = Val(Combo1.Tag)
            End Select
        Else
            Combo1.Tag = Combo1.ListIndex
        End If
    End Sub
    
    Private Sub Form_Load()
        Dim c As Long
        
        For c = 1 To 5
            Combo1.AddItem "First section Item " & c
        Next
        Combo1.AddItem "-"
        For c = 1 To 5
            Combo1.AddItem "Second section Item " & c
        Next
        Combo1.AddItem "-"
        For c = 1 To 5
            Combo1.AddItem "Third section Item " & c
        Next
    End Sub
    Yes.
    It works perfectly.

    I also added the following line to Form_Load:
    Code:
       Combo1.Tag = "-1"
    Thanks a lot for your help.
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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    Quote Originally Posted by Arnoutdv View Post
    This part I don't understand:
    Those two items take up as much vertical space as any other item (which is a waste of space and also ugly)
    The ComboBox items are all drawn using the same font.
    So all items (rows) have the same height.
    Do you want some other font for the "dash" line and also draw it disabled?

    Why not use a popup menu under a command button?
    Sorry I didn't respond to you in time.
    Just I was too busy to do so.

    Now, all the problems have been solved, but I will respond to your questions:
    Those two items take up as much vertical space as any other item (which is a waste of space and also ugly)
    What I meant by that was that I compared it to menus (and popup menus) and that how nicely, a single "-" is turned into a narrow line by the menu editor, and that in a combo box, it was not like that.

    Do you want some other font for the "dash" line and also draw it disabled?
    Yes, it would be nice to have a different font for a combo box item and also draw one combo box item disabled.
    Eduardo's code in post #12 does something almost like disabling the item.
    Not sure if any way of REALLY disabling an item in a combo box exists or not.
    As for a different font for a menu item, I am curious to know if that is possible (even though, now that my problems have been solved, that curiosity is just a curiosity)

    Why not use a popup menu under a command button
    Well, These combo boxes that I am using in my project contain different stuff that the user should select and then click "Process".
    A popup menu doesn't look good for that purpose, and even if I were to use a popup menu, I would have had to use a popup menu under a textbox (and not a commandbutton) because the selected menu item should then be displayed in that text box, so the user knows what he has selected.
    That whole thing would take some extra coding (not a lot though) and also would not look nice and normal.

    Thanks a lot for your help and comments.
    Ilia

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    Quote Originally Posted by Eduardo- View Post
    Now it works like this: if the right side of the list exceeds the limit of the primary monitor, it aligns the list to the right of the combo control.

    It will work fine in 99% of cases, because who works in a secondary monitor anyway?

    But, if someone is working in a secondary monitor that is located at the right of the primary (the most common situation), the list will be aligned always to the right (because it always will exceed the right side of the primary monitor).

    That can be fixed quite easily (tested).
    Changing the line:

    Code:
    If iRCList.Right > (Screen.Width \ Screen.TwipsPerPixelX) Then ' only if it goes beyond the screen width
    to:

    Code:
    If (iRCList.Right > (Screen.Width \ Screen.TwipsPerPixelX)) And Not (iRCList.Left > (Screen.Width \ Screen.TwipsPerPixelX)) Then   ' only if it goes beyond the screen width but is still on the primary monitor
    Another consequence is that if the combo is near to the right side of the secondary monitor, it will not change the list alignment as it does with the primary.
    Fixing that would require some more complex code (using multi monitors APIs), but it is anyway a situation that probably won't happen or won't happen frequently in practice. And anyway, in such situation the user can still move the window a bit to the left manually.

    I just mentioned it for completeness.
    If you want it can be done with multi monitor APIs, but i don't think it's worth it.
    Strangely enough, your solution doesn't work in my own project.
    It DOES work in the vbp project that you attached.
    But doesn't work in my project.

    I have stepped through the code and I see that in my own project, this line (the red line):
    Code:
        hWndList = GetComboListHwnd(Combo1)
        
        GetWindowRect hWndList, iRCList
        If iRCList.Right > (Screen.Width \ Screen.TwipsPerPixelX) Then ' only if it goes beyond the screen width
            iWidth = iRCList.Right - iRCList.Left
            GetWindowRect Combo1.hWnd, iRCCombo
            iRCList.Right = iRCCombo.Right
            iRCList.Left = iRCList.Right - iWidth
            SetWindowPos hWndList, 0, iRCList.Left, iRCList.Top, iWidth, iRCList.Bottom - iRCList.Top, 0
        End If
    doesn't do anything, because before that line runs, the value of iRCList.Right and iRCCombo.Right are the same!!!
    I have checked that hWndList and Combo1.hWnd hold different values
    Therefore, I really don't understand why the Right properties of their RECTs are the same.

    Quite strange.
    Please help.
    Thanks.
    Ilia

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    The right side of the combo window and the right side of the combo list window is a normal case. I attach images to illustrate.
    Why your code does not work, I don't know.
    If you can narrow it down to a small sample project to see what's going on, please post it.

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    Another problem with comboboxes:

    Problem #4:
    I just realized that a combo box does not have a MouseUp event !!!
    I always thought all the basic VB6 controls had MouseUp events.
    But, surprisingly, comboboxes don't.

    I need to program the right mouse button to pop up a popup menu.
    In other words, I want to enable the user to right-click on a combobox to bring on a popup menu, so that he could then select one of the items of that popup menu.

    There should be some way of doing this.
    Probably some kind of workaround or some way of doing this.

    Anybody has any idea as to how to do that?

    Please help.
    Thanks.
    Ilia

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    Re: Problems with combo boxes

    You have a dropdown list for a combobox, why also show the same list in a pop-up menu when you right click the text field of the combo box?
    Thatís an unusual UI

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