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It’s your event handler that is making things undesirable. In the link below, LuigiL resolves this problem in an ‘onLoad’ event handler. If that doesn’t work then goto the link I posted in this thread.
You can use a local reference to the current object or use the Delegate Class. See attached examples.
That worked beautifully! I had been searching for some time yesterday and hte other offered results never worked for me. I did not use the delegate in this case (due to some other existing code), but will try the delegate after.
Thanks so much!
Dustin, you're welcome. Good luck with coding.