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I am using the ControlListView to obtain the value of the data on a grid. In Windows XP it works fine but in Windows 7 it returns blank values always. Is this a known issue?

#include <GuiListView.au3>

#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>

$iCnt = 0

For $i = 0 To 53

WinActivate ("StmtViewer", "")

$Check = int(ControlListView("StmtViewer","",512,"GetText", ($iCnt +1), 0))

If $Check = 0 Then







$Check is always 0 as the ControlListView is always coming back blank.

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Upon reading it seems the ControlListView does not work on 64bit OS... any work arounds?

That thread you posted in doesn't say that, it says that a 32bit app may not be able to read from a 64 bit app and vice versa. So, if you're running the script on a 64bit machine, compile it as a 64bit app and see if that works for you. Or try running it with the AutoIt3_x64.exe program to test it.

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I have had no issues with ControlListView on 32bit or 64bit machines

EDITED: I ran this same code against a list view of mine and it returns a number for $check when i use MsgBox(0,"",$check). This is on a Win7 x64 machine

Edited by chachew
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