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How can I remove ListView Items & Hide a column

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I have a listview in my GUI and I have a couple of issues I am unable to tackle:

1. How can I remove the selected item(s) from the gui listview ?

2. How can I hide a column in the gui listview ? I tried a blank string that should work but it doesn't, seems that extra spaces are added as a default so you are unable to hide a column.

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For deleting an item in a listview

$LVM_DELETEITEM = $LVM_DELETEITEM = 0x1008

GuiCtrlSendMsg($listview, $LVM_DELETEITEM, current_selection , 0)

For the second question go on microsoft website

at the following adress

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default...._deleteitem.asp

on the left part of the screen you have an explanation about all LV_xxx command I am sure you find sure to find what you search for

Edited by LOULOU

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OK, I can now delete the selected item with

$LVM_DELETEITEM = 0x1008
$ItemCount = ControlListView("listview items","",$listview,"GetItemCount")
For $i = 0 To $ItemCount - 1
   If ControlListView("listview items","",$listview,"IsSelected",$i) Then 
   GuiCtrlSendMsg($listview, $LVM_DELETEITEM,$i,0)
   $i = $i - 1
EndIf
Next

But still can't figure out how to hide a column

Any help appreciated.

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! You can NOT hide a column but only DELETE it !!!

$LVM_DELETECOLUMN = 0x101C
...
$col = 3
GUICtrlSendMsg($listview,$LVM_DELETECOLUMN,$col,0)

So long...

Edit: if you are looking for the values for the commands try searching via google for "winuser.h" or "commctrl.h".

Edited by Holger

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! You can NOT hide a column but only DELETE it !!!

$LVM_DELETECOLUMN = 0x1028
...
$col = 3
GUICtrlSendMsg($listview,$LVM_DELETECOLUMN,$col,0)

So long...

Edit: if you are looking for the values for the commands try searching via google for "winuser.h" or "commctrl.h".

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

would setting the columnwidth to 0 do it ?

(LVM_SETCOLUMNWIDTH)


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@JdeB: oohhh, sorry...yep, great idea :lol::D

Thanks for info :idiot:

Forgot:

$LVM_SETCOLUMNWIDTH = 0x101E
...
$col = 3
GUICtrlSendMsg($listview,$LVM_SETCOLUMNWIDTH,$col,0)
Edited by Holger

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@JdeB: oohhh, sorry...yep, great idea :lol::D

Thanks for info :idiot:

Forgot:

$LVM_SETCOLUMNWIDTH = 0x1030
...
$col = 3
GUICtrlSendMsg($listview,$LVM_SETCOLUMNWIDTH,$col,0)

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

This is not working for me, anyone else experiencing this ?

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