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How to use $LVS_EX_CHECKBOXES Listview extended style


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I wanted to see if I could get some more information as to how I could go about utilizing the extended list view style $LVS_EX_CHECKBOXES.  When it is used to create a listview control, one would think that it could be used to select the a list view item, but it doesn't do that.  It doesn't appear much of anything.  So I am curious as to how I could go about to expand this functionality.  For example, is there a notification that fires off when a list view item is checked that I can capture and code some action in response?  What would that code look like?  Any input would be appreciated.

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2 minutes ago, Subz said:

Usually I get the Listview row count then loop through and use _GUICtrlListView_GetItemChecked to determine if an item is checked or not.  You can add the indexes into a temporary array or apply actions based on whether the function returns true or not.

So, to your knowledge, there is no windows message or notification that is generated by the control that can be captured with GUIRegisterMsg?

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