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aschubert Posted - 23 Oct 2006 : 15:06:17
I am using the ActiveX RealTime Graphing routines and like them very much. However I am having trouble with the internal timer. The only way I get get it to work is if it is initialized in a Form_Load(). I would like to do a check box or something to start the graphing. At present I am using the VB timer.

Al Schubert
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quinncurtis Posted - 23 Oct 2006 : 17:01:19
Call the ScrollX property UpdateGraph after you enable the internal timer.

Private Sub Command1_Click()
  ScrollX1.EnableInternalTimer = True
  ScrollX1.UpdateGraph
End Sub

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