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Get multiple rows and columns with ControlListView

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I am trying to monitor a phone servers call queue and im using ControlListView("CallStatus","","TListView2","GetText").

When using "GetText" i can get the text successfully for the first row and first column only. In this TListView2 there are 7 rows for each column and the rows fluctuate, so my question is how to get all 7 rows for each column? Would the ControlListView be used as an Array? I have tried the ControlListView "SelectAll" and "GetSelected" with no success. So far the "GetText" is the only command that returns any text results

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In the help file there is more information for the GetText command that you used, you might start there with the item/subitem information you're looking for.


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In the help file there is more information for the GetText command that you used, you might start there with the item/subitem information you're looking for.

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