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Get List View Item

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I want to check which ListView Line is selected.With the code

$selected = GUICtrlRead($List1data)

it returns 27 (that doesn't really help) In Advanced mode it would read every single items state and that would be too much information. I just want to know, which Line (item) got selected, and delete this line. I searched a lot in the Help File, but i found nothing that could help me.

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27 is the control id of the item selected in the listview. Are you looking to find out which item is selected, or are you looking to get the text from the item?

If all you're looking to do is delete the item highlighted then your search of the help file needs some work, because _GUICtrlListView_DeleteItemsSelected() does EXACTLY that.


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I actually don't want to delete it, i want to replace it with something else. Lets say i have

GUICtrlCreateListViewItem($a & "|" & $b, $List1data)

In an inputbox you can say what $a and $b are. Now i want to get $a and $b back, even if the script stopped (i saved them in a txt file) to modify them.

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i have a listview ($list1data) and i want to replace it with something else. Lets say i have

GUICtrlCreateListViewItem($a & "|" & $b, $List1data)

In an inputbox you can say what $a and $b are and add them to the listview. Now i want to get $a and $b back, even if the script stopped (i saved the list in a txt file) to modify them. Is that possible?

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Reinhardt1julian,

How about sticking to one thread per question. ;)

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Ok. So can anyone help me?

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

I found out how to get the variables.

Edited by Reinhardt1julian

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Does this help

#include <GuiList.au3>


GUICreate(@ScriptName)

Local $iListView  =  GUICtrlCreateListView( "Col1|Col2", 10, 10 )
For $i = 1 To Random( 3, 7 )
GUICtrlCreateListViewItem( $i & "|" & ChrW( Random(1, 650,1) ) , $iListView )
Next

GUISetState()

Local $iRead
While GUIGetMsg()<>-3

$iRead = GUICtrlRead( $iListView, 1 )
Switch $iRead
Case 0
;Ignore
Case Else
GUICtrlDelete( $iRead )
EndSwitch
WEnd

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I don't think thats the right code for this situation. I got

$selected = _GUICtrlListView_GetItemTextString($List1data, _GUICtrlListView_GetSelectionMark($List1data))

At least i got

$selected = variable1|variable2

But now i have to split it, that i got

$selected1 =variable1
$selected2 = variable2
;or
$selected[0] =variable1
$selected[1] = variable2

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