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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

1) How to sort a GUICtrlCreateListView on Alfabet when you click on one of the text?

2) How to auto generate a number between 1000 and 2000?

3) How to do when you select someone into the GUICtrlCreateListView and press delete that the person will be deleted?

Gr Erik

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I little problem, hard to find and fix

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1) How to sort a GUICtrlCreateListView on Alfabet when you click on one of the text?

2) How to auto generate a number between 1000 and 2000?

3) How to do when you select someone into the GUICtrlCreateListView and press delete that the person will be deleted?

Gr Erik

See _ListViewDeleteItem() in the GUIListView.au3 file. You'll find it in your AutoIt3/Include folder.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,

Thanks i will take a look!

How to sort the listview at alfabet when you click on a text?

Edited by Erik.

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Hi,

Thanks i will take a look!

How to sort the listview at alfabet when you click on a text?

Same file different function. Read through the file.

Btw I have a script (still a bit buggy) that breaks each function out of those Include files and creates a separate HTM page for them It allows single button click to copy the code to clipboard. I'll be running it against todays Beta in a while so If you want I can send the a zip of the output files to you or a zip of the chm file that I create from it.


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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,

_GUICtrlListViewSort thats what i have found...

Now is there a script into the file but do not understand it clearly...

Could someone post a little example script for me so i can take a look?

Gr Erik

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How to autogenerate a number betuween 1000 and 2000?

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Hi,

I have forgot someonething...

Is there a way when you program opens it must look for a file and if that file exists it must load it into the GUICtrlCreateListView.

it is a ini file whit as section info_vandaag and it has many keys.

It must load every key it can find into that section..

Gr Erik


I little problem, hard to find and fix

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