Re: Has anyone else experienced issues - NumericUpDown
First - my consulting contract ended at the company which was using QAWP.
Second - after the 2007 to 2009.0.0 upgrade fiasco I advised my client not to upgrade as it cost more time to update the scripts than it was worth.
i.e. previous code created as a workaround (for a reported bug) stopped working in the 2009 version even though it was still supported based on documentation.
Overall QAWP is a good product, however, I found the upgrade process difficult and time consuming on the company as it caused previously working code to fail.
When the code was rewritten everything was fine. It would be nice to see Seapine aggressively reached out to automation customers to ensure there product works post upgrade.