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GuiCtrlCreateListView

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I've experimented with the GUICtrlCreateListView example in the help documentation and I simply don't understand how to execute a function when a list item is clicked on. If I add the extended style for oneclick activate, the event seems to always be fired. What I would like to do it have hot tracking enabled and when an item is clicked on, give a function control.

The example seems to indicate that the second case would be true if an item in the list is clicked, but it doesn't. I apologize if this is simple, but it's at the point of driving me crazy to figure it out on my own.

You help is sincerely appreciated.

Edit: I found an example by GAFROST (that guy must be a genius!) using GUIRegisterMsg. If that's not the way to go, please post! Thank you.

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GUIRegisterMsg. is the way to go

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...c=33549&hl=

also has an example of what you are looking for


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