Subject Re: [IBO] Cursors, session props and TIBOxxx
Author Martijn Tonies

> What you can do is use the TIB_Session component as the Owner of the
> TIB<something> components that you are creating with their normal
> constructors. This will keep them all tied to the right session properly.

I'll give that a try...

> You can call BeginBusy() and End Busy for all components involved with the
> operations. But, seems to me the easiest thing for you to do is just set
> session's UseCursor to false and handle it directly as you are doing.

Hmmm, I believe I already tried UseCursor = false before and it started
the flicker anyway...

Will give it another shot and report back later...

> Either turn off IBO's cursor handling and do it directly yourself or don't
> do anything directly and let IBO do it for you by making proper use of the
> BeginBusy() and EndBusy methods.

Martijn Tonies
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