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I need help with GUICtrlRead (TreeListView and ListView)

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Does anyone have any sample code for reading a TreeListView & ListView into an array using GUICtrlRead?

All the examples use data written into the code, I'm trying to read data from the ListViews of another program.

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I'm creating a database. I want to read (get all the items) from a TreeListView (1) and a ListView (2) from a program not unlike the example below.

1) I want to read the Tree (parent and and all subitems).

2) Read all the items for each treeview item from the listview (on the right).

Ultimately ending up with a database of every item from top to bottom.

There will actually be TreeListView attached to a ListView which in turn is attached to another ListView.

Hope this makes sense.

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Another example might be the FileManager in Windows.

I want to read the TreeView of all the parent folders AND the ListView of all the subfolders of each parent folder AND the ListView of the files in each subfolder into an array.


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look here and here and here and here

Already found this one and I'm learning alot from it... Thanks. The other links seem like they may be helpful also.

Do you know if the dll supports listview as well ?

I like not having to use the beta seeing as some of the functions were removed from the latest beta release which put an end to that effort. The help file no longer has the information in it either so in one swift move it was useless.

I ended up finding previous versions and reinstalling them to get the functionality back (not to mention the help file).

I must say the dll works very well.


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