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G'day perltux,

"... but despite trying various subwidget targets ..."

I often find checking the source code provides answers for this type of issue. In this case, &SetBindings, in, has:

... # bindings for listbox my $sl = $w->Subwidget('slistbox'); my $l = $sl->Subwidget('listbox'); $l->bind(...

I don't have MSWin to check your specific OS problem.

The DESCRIPTION of Tk::BrowseEntry starts:

"BrowseEntry is a poor man's ComboBox."

Instead of rolling your own bindings, and potentially other functionality, for Tk::BrowseEntry, perhaps consider using one of the more feature-rich widgets, such as Tk::JBrowseEntry or Tk::JComboBox.

— Ken

In reply to Re: Tk::BrowseEntry listbox scrollbar with Mousewheel on Windows by kcott
in thread Tk::BrowseEntry listbox scrollbar with Mousewheel on Windows by perltux

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