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Hi guys, I'm looking for a way to make a GUICtrlCreateListView look like a GUICtrlCreateList

I have the entire script ready but i just want my entire row to be selected on my single column listviews.

is this possible without switching to a normal list? i've been looking but so far no solution.

i have tried the fullrowselect style etc but it doesn't work :-( (maybe because there are no subitems?) (see screenshot below)



; filling them here...

The tool works with 2 guictrlcreatelistview items.

it works like this : select a computer model from the dropdown, select a type of driver from the left column and then you select the wanted driver from the right column (this fills in the info below the listviews) and you click the install button on the bottom right side.

with listview everything works. when i change it to a list it doesn't work.

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I would help a lot to post a runnable script that shows what it is you're doing and what you need it to do, this way we don't have to completely recreate a working script just to find out you're doing it differently. It saves the back and forth of correcting issues and moving goals.

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