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Create a clickable list that behaves as buttons . . .

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does anyone have an example of a list where an item on the list can be double clicked to generate any action?

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does anyone have an example of a list where an item on the list can be double clicked to generate any action?

See GUIListManagement in the UDF section of the help file if you want it to be special.

For simple

$List = GUICtrlCreateList("",10,10, 150)
GUICtrlSetData($List, "Item1|Item2|Item3")

;;In the Msg Loop (where the msg loop is a switch not a select)
Case $List
   Switch GUICtrlRead($List)
      Case "Item1
         Function1()
      Case "Item2"
         Function2()
      Case "Item3
         Function3()
   EndSwitch
Edited by GEOSoft

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Thank you, I can work with this! Array here we come :-)

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Thank you, I can work with this! Array here we come :-)

You'er welcome but be sure to check out the ListView UDF functions as well.

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