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_GUICtrlListView_CustomizeColumns()

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Not sure what to say other than... just take a look at the screenshots, and you'll know what it is <_<

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It's supposed to be a drop-in solution, so you just need to call the function by passing it a listview ID, and it'll do the rest. The only problem with that (as it currently is) is that it requires the latest AutoIt beta's _GUIListView_*() functions, and also the following fixes to them:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=55983

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=55987

_GUICtrlListView_CustomizeColumns.au3

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I haven't tested it, but it will be great if this custom process could be called by clicking right mouse button on the header of List View.


 

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doesn't work for me. Not recognizing _GUICtrlListView_GetColumnOrderArray as a function..

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

... it requires the latest AutoIt beta's _GUIListView_*() functions ...

Granted, it should've been written as _GUICtrlListView_*(), but the point stands: it requires the betas.

@MsCreator: Indeed, but that's probably outside the scope of the UDF. The UDF shows the dialog once the function is called; it doesn't really try to integrate itself any more deeply than that. I couldn't make it do that by default because it'd require some message/notification hooking (WM_NOTIFY?), which is differerent for each script, and attempting that would essential kill its "dropin-solution" intent/nature. If anyone wants to do that, register the WM_NOTIFY message for NM_RCLICK (I *think* that's what it was) with some position mouse position checking. If the mouse was right-clicked on the header (or where the header should be), then just call _GUICtrlListView_CustomizeColumns() on the listview that was right-clicked (the wParam for the WM_NOTIFY handler). There might even be some different message for when the listview column header was (left|right)-clicked that I'm unaware of that would make it easier than guessing mouse positions, but I don't know.

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