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how to force GUICtrlCreateListView have scrollbars?

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In this GUI GUICtrlCreateListView has so much text that scrollbars are required. Problem is that I can only see scrollbars after I manually change size of GUI. I am wondering if it's possible to edit my script so that I would see scrollbars as soon as GUI gets created.

#include <ButtonConstants.au3>
#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <ListViewConstants.au3>
#include <WindowsConstants.au3>
#Region ### START Koda GUI section ### Form=\form1.kxf
$Form1 = GUICreate("Kliendid", 625, 443, 192, 124, BitOR($WS_MAXIMIZEBOX,$WS_MINIMIZEBOX,$WS_SIZEBOX,$WS_THICKFRAME,$WS_SYSMENU,$WS_CAPTION,$WS_OVERLAPPEDWINDOW,$WS_TILEDWINDOW,$WS_POPUP,$WS_POPUPWINDOW,$WS_GROUP,$WS_TABSTOP,$WS_BORDER,$WS_CLIPSIBLINGS))
$Lisa = GUICtrlCreateButton("Lisa", 5, 5, 75, 25, $WS_GROUP)
GUICtrlSetResizing(-1, $GUI_DOCKLEFT+$GUI_DOCKTOP+$GUI_DOCKWIDTH+$GUI_DOCKHEIGHT)
$Muuda = GUICtrlCreateButton("Muuda", 85, 5, 75, 25, $WS_GROUP)
GUICtrlSetResizing(-1, $GUI_DOCKLEFT+$GUI_DOCKTOP+$GUI_DOCKWIDTH+$GUI_DOCKHEIGHT)
$Eemalda = GUICtrlCreateButton("Eemalda", 165, 5, 75, 25, $WS_GROUP)
GUICtrlSetResizing(-1, $GUI_DOCKLEFT+$GUI_DOCKTOP+$GUI_DOCKWIDTH+$GUI_DOCKHEIGHT)
$ListView1 = GUICtrlCreateListView("Story|is|a|common|term|for|a|recounting|of|a|sequence|of|events|or|for|a|statement|regarding|the|facts|pertinent|to|a|situation|in|question", 5, 40, 615, 400, BitOR($LVS_REPORT,$LVS_EDITLABELS,$LVS_SINGLESEL,$LVS_SHOWSELALWAYS,$WS_HSCROLL,$WS_VSCROLL))
GUICtrlSetResizing(-1, $GUI_DOCKLEFT+$GUI_DOCKRIGHT+$GUI_DOCKTOP+$GUI_DOCKBOTTOM)
GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)
#EndRegion ### END Koda GUI section ###

While 1
    $nMsg = GUIGetMsg()
    Switch $nMsg
        Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
            Exit

    EndSwitch
WEnd
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E1M1,

Make the ListView too big initially and then resize it once the GUI is displayed: :)

$sData = "Story|is|a|common|term|for|a|recounting|of|a|sequence|of|events|or|for|a|statement|regarding|the|facts|pertinent|to|a|situation|in|question"
$ListView1 = GUICtrlCreateListView($sData, 5, 40, 715, 400, BitOR($LVS_REPORT,$LVS_EDITLABELS,$LVS_SINGLESEL,$LVS_SHOWSELALWAYS,$WS_HSCROLL,$WS_VSCROLL))
GUICtrlSetResizing(-1, $GUI_DOCKLEFT+$GUI_DOCKRIGHT+$GUI_DOCKTOP+$GUI_DOCKBOTTOM)

GUISetState(@SW_SHOW)

ControlMove($Form1, "", $ListView1, 5, 40, 615, 400)

Works for me - good for you too? ;)

M23


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E1M1,

I get the HSCROLL bar immediately when I run your code...

kylomas


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that's nice. I wonder if it's only possible way to do this.

Thank you Melba23.


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