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A few GuictrlListview questions...

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Hey all

I have two questions please:

1) Is it possible to edit the background colour an individual cell of a Listview with gridlines? If so, how is this achieved?

2) I am trying to insert text into the first cell of the third column of a three columned Listview control, but retaining the data which resides in the first to Columns

Please see attached pic for an easier explanation...

Thanks very much for your help!

Cheers

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1) Not sure if it's possible. You can set the color of entire row with GUICtrlSetBkColor.

2) _GUICtrlListViewSetItemText($listview, 0, 2, "your text")


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Thanks very much mate for the obvious piece of code for _GUICtrlListViewSetItemText!!

Hopefully someone will have an idea of the Colour setting of the cell

Cheers dude...

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Thanks very much mate for the obvious piece of code for _GUICtrlListViewSetItemText!!

Hopefully someone will have an idea of the Colour setting of the cell

Cheers dude...

AFAIK you can only set the background color of complete rows

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