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Hi folks .. any tips on retrieving the headers for a ListView control? Or do we need a new "command" parameter for the ControlListview function?

( I'm still on v 3.1.1.0 )

TIA

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Hi folks .. any tips on retrieving the headers for a ListView control? Or do we need a new "command" parameter for the ControlListview function?

( I'm still on v 3.1.1.0 )

TIA

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Didn't test but maybe a GetHeader command would work?!?

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default....w_getheader.asp


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Thanks Raindancer .. I tried "GetHeader" as a parameter to the ControlListview function, but no luck (@ERROR returns 1).

I'll try DllCall with the info you linked to.

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Maybe GUICtrlSendMsg ( controlID, msg , wParam, lParam ) would fit too...


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Great! I think it is about time to form the beta to a stable release...


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