GoView.HorizontalScrollBar and VerticalScrollBar gives you access.
I don’t see how I change the color. Can you please provide a code snippet or how-to instructions. It must be something simple that I am overlooking.
Well, you’re right. They are standard .NET HScrollbar and VScrollbar controls, but it doesn’t seem to be easy to set the color… sort of non-intuitive, eh?
implies you have to drop down into old style win32 message handling.
I tried the suggestion but I did not get the WM_CTLCOLORSCROLLBAR (0x0137) Message. The override of WinProc worked as I got many messages but no WM_CTLCOLORSCROLLBAR message. Any thoughts? I realize this is a Microsoft thing so I’m not saying this is Northwood’s issue. However, he reason I want to do this is that I am using Infragistic winform controls with there App Styling functions, All the controls have the same look and I want to get GoView to look like it belongs. There are numerous products out there that give the developer and easy way to skin there applications. I think it would be a big help if GoView had a similiar facility.
ah… this may help then: http://www.nwoods.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=1780
does Infragistics supply their own scrollbars?