In my application, I've implemented my own UndoRedo history/framework. I track changes to relevant properties, controls, etc. Everything works great, except it seems like Actipro's Int32EditBoxes have their "own" internal UndoRedo history that's superceding my global one. What I mean is, if I change the value in an Int32EditBox, then it Ctrl-Z while focus remains in that UI element, the value gets undone but it's not seen by my program-wide undoredo history. If I modify the value of the Int32EditBox then explicitly take its focus away, Ctrl-Z works as intended (as it does for all other controls in my app).
Presumably there's just a property that needs to be changed to tell Int32EditBox not to use its 'own' undoredo implementation, so my global Ctrl-Z will work without having to explicitly take away focus from that control?
Thanks in advance :)