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And a (dirty) workaround could be putting a move last and then a move first
by code, on form open, isn't it?
Il giorno 06/dic/2012 08:06, "Alex Thurgood" <> ha

On 12/06/2012 05:08 AM, Hank Alper wrote:

Hi Hank,

ith the same result. Is this a bug? Has anyone noticed this  type of

behavior ? Base seems to start out handling records in increments of
40 records until it finds the end of the file. Strange.
  Hank Alper

This is the programmed behaviour. Whether, as a UI experience, it is
normal, is a matter of debate ;-)

The result set is cached, and the window display also caches part of the
result set to avoid performance penalties by not having to redraw all
elements of the window, hence the misleading information. Some work was
done recently in 3.6/3.7/4.0 development to improve this handling, but it
was mainly around the window refresh area from what I recall, as other
changes to the code had caused this bit to be even slower, and not refresh
at all, or at best take so long about it that the user got a blank screen

So, at the moment, your best bet is probably to put in a request for
enhancement, after having tested on LO 3.6.x to see if there's any
difference when compared to 3.5.x.


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