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I'm a bit confused about GuiCtrlCreateList command. Well, I want to make four things:

1 - Read the selected item of the list.

2 - Delete the selected item of the list.

3 - Move a item up and down, changing the order of the items.

4 - Know the number of the line (line 1, line 2...) that the selected item is.

I know I'm being boring, but I'm trying to post less questions I can, but after try doing something for 2 hours and can't do I have to ask someone :lmao:

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I'm a bit confused about GuiCtrlCreateList command. Well, I want to make four things:

1 - Read the selected item of the list.

2 - Delete the selected item of the list.

3 - Move a item up and down, changing the order of the items.

4 - Know the number of the line (line 1, line 2...) that the selected item is.

I know I'm being boring, but I'm trying to post less questions I can, but after try doing something for 2 hours and can't do I have to ask someone o:)

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Basically GUI functions don't give you direct programming with simple GUI functions.

1. GUICtrlRead is OK

2. you need to remove the selected item from a memorized list and reset the list to the new value statring with '|'

3. no GUI function except as 2. recreating with new list

4. GuiCtrlRecvMsg

In fact I thing CyberSlug mad a good wrapping Library to do what you want :lmao:

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

See here http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...wtopic=7999&hl= :lmao:

Wrapper functions: http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/public/CyberSlug/listbox_wrappers.au3

1 = GuiCtrlRead($listRef)

2 = _GuiLB_DeleteString($ref, _GuiLB_GetCurSel($listRef))

3 = see example

4 = _GuiLB_GetCurSel($listRef)

Edited by CyberSlug

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Thank you two guys, I'll study your answers and probably do what I want :lmao:.

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Thank you two guys, I'll study your answers and probably do what I want :).

Hey,

You can say i am another BlankMind. What I try to do is similar. Was you able to write code where you can select item from the listbox and remove it, #2

Your questions

1 - Read the selected item of the list.

2 - Delete the selected item of the list.

3 - Move a item up and down, changing the order of the items.

4 - Know the number of the line (line 1, line 2...) that the selected item is.

Please advise

Thanks

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Hey,

You can say i am another BlankMind. What I try to do is similar. Was you able to write code where you can select item from the listbox and remove it, #2

Your questions

1 - Read the selected item of the list.

2 - Delete the selected item of the list.

3 - Move a item up and down, changing the order of the items.

4 - Know the number of the line (line 1, line 2...) that the selected item is.

Please advise

Thanks

look to the GuiList.au3 include file, all your answers are there. If you need more help, ask.


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See here

Wrapper functions: http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/public/CyberSlug/listbox_wrappers.au3

That page comes back with

"404: The page/file you requested could not be found."

Sorry! We can't find the file or page you asked for. If you came from an external site the links may be out of date.

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Most of the users areas have been disabled, check the help file in the UDF section you should find what you need.


SciTE for AutoItDirections for Submitting Standard UDFs

 

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