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Tabs and _GUICtrlListView

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Ok,

Since the last post I was advised to use the external _GUICtrlListView routines to build what I needed to do; esp deleting indexes that do not have labels :D

But, now that I have those on tabs, it doesn't seem to hid the views like it should from tab to tab.

Another post on this forum said to switch back to the internal functions for GuiCtrlCreatelistView but um, i can't haha

Is there a work around here?


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Ok,

Since the last post I was advised to use the external _GUICtrlListView routines to build what I needed to do; esp deleting indexes that do not have labels :D

But, now that I have those on tabs, it doesn't seem to hid the views like it should from tab to tab.

Another post on this forum said to switch back to the internal functions for GuiCtrlCreatelistView but um, i can't haha

Is there a work around here?

Use the internal create, you can still use the other _GUICtrlListView_xxxx functions with that.


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