faustf

curiosity about _GUICtrlListView_InsertColumn

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hi guy 

i possible  set  a  bar   _GUICtrlListView_InsertColumn   , one in top  and   other  at  6  row  ??

 

 

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I have absolutely no idea what you are talking about.
Could you please use Google Translate to translate your question from Italian to English?


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water, I think he wants to create a second column header in row number 6.

faustf, It's not directly possible, but you can probably simulate a column header with some custom draw code (one of my favorites at the moment). Search for ListView and $NM_CUSTOMDRAW and you will find plenty of examples.

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for @water  by  google translate

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You can set a _GUICtrlListView_Insert Column bars , one at the top and the other at row 6 ??

thank @LarsJ 

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