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ListView BUG?

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Floppy

Why if I use the function

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Try to change the width of the column. You can set any value....nothing change! Why?

[ThanX 4 help & buy! :lol: ]

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exodius

I'm guessing that setting the view to "Tile" view means that there are certain hard-coded characteristics that Windows is going to enforce regardless of your attempt to set it to something else.

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DaRam

If you set the Listview View to one that does not display columns headings, why are you concerned with the Column width? :D

Comment out this line and see the difference:

; _GUICtrlListView_SetView($list_view,4)

Perhaps you are looking for something like this?

_GUICtrlListView_Arrange

Edited by DaRam

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Floppy

I'm guessing that setting the view to "Tile" view means that there are certain hard-coded characteristics that Windows is going to enforce regardless of your attempt to set it to something else.

Yes, but why in the Help file there is not anything about this problem?

1) If you set the Listview View to one that does not display columns headings, why are you concerned with the Column width? :D

Comment out this line and see the difference:

; _GUICtrlListView_SetView($list_view,4)

2) Perhaps you are looking for something like this?

_GUICtrlListView_Arrange

1) Because that IS a column. However, why there isn't a way to set the width of the rows without change the list-view width?

2) No, I want to use the function _GUICtrlListView_SetView($list_view,4) because I like that style.

bye

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