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I have created a tab and added a ListView to the first tab, and the second tab is full of buttons for settings and such. THe only way to get the ListView to show up on the first tab is to click on tab2, then back to tab1, it will THEN show up. Is there something that I am not doing correctly?

$hTab = GUICtrlCreateTab(331,0, 315, 200)
$history = GUICtrlCreateListView ( "Time |Paging History", 335,25,50,50)
$settings = GUICtrlCreateButton("settings",335, 25, 75, 20)

I tried making the settings tab the first one, and it did the same thing with the button. Sorry about not posting the whole program, i'd rather not do that.

Edited by stray

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Sorry about not posting the whole program, i'd rather not do that.

Can you at least post an example script that exhibits the same issue so we can see where the problem lies? Right now, it will be difficult to figure out what went wrong or how to fix it. Please remember, the script has to be able to run and shows the problem. Most of the time, creating this example will show you where you went wrong.

Edited by BrewManNH

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Hmm, well that helps a little. I tried just making a standalone program with just that code and it works. something in my code is the culprit.


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