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As soon as the application starts, user cliks an icon, a combo box appears, user selects a value from the drop down, whenever the user clicks the icon and combo box appears, the same value should be retained.
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I may not be understanding your question, you want to select an item in the comboBox and that item be displayed in index 0 of the box, or do you want the original value to be displayed?
To keep the original, because if I remember, the comboBox switches the selected item to index 0 of the comboBox, you could keep a vector of objects to populate the box, then after you select, you can repopulate. You may have to separately save the selected item to an instance variable.
There may be a built in method to not retain selectedItem in view, I have not researched it.
[ October 20, 2004: Message edited by: Samuel Mendenhall ]
[ October 20, 2004: Message edited by: Samuel Mendenhall ] [ October 20, 2004: Message edited by: Samuel Mendenhall ]