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nuki

alternative solution for WM_NOTIFY (double click on listview)

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nuki

hey guys

it seems that GUIRegisterMsg($WM_NOTIFY,"bla") doesnt work to check for a double click in listviewitems anymore in Windows 7

so i'd like to know how to check out if someone double clicked on a listviewitem without using WM_NOTIFY

thanks for any help :D

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ProgAndy

you alwys need WM_NOTIFY. If you use a 64-bit OS, you have to run AutoIt in 32bit-Mode, since the DLLStricts aren't compatible with x64 yet. (esp. NMHDR)


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