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Save and load a TreeView to/from File

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GrungeRocker

Hi!

I'va got a GUI with a TreeView, which the User is able to config.

So he can make new parents and childs, as he wishes to.

No I need a method to save the TreeView to a file, so that the User will be able to load different TreeViews at any time from his saved files...

Hope you understood what I meant!


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maqleod

Hi!

I'va got a GUI with a TreeView, which the User is able to config.

So he can make new parents and childs, as he wishes to.

No I need a method to save the TreeView to a file, so that the User will be able to load different TreeViews at any time from his saved files...

Hope you understood what I meant!

Look into iniread(), iniwrite() and inidelete() and related functions.

When the script starts, you can read all the info in the .ini file and use the return array to create your treeview with items and any time something is added or deleted reference it in your .ini file using iniwrite() or inidelete()


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water

Search the forum for "+treeview +file +read" and you'll get a lot of answers.

I asked the same question before and got this reply as a good starting point.


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