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Opened 11 years ago

Closed 11 years ago

#670 closed Bug (No Bug)

Listviews with checkboxes doesn't work "properly"....in my opinion

Reported by: anonymous Owned by:
Milestone: Component: AutoIt
Version: 3.2.12.1 Severity: None
Keywords: Cc:

Description

I'm too lazy right now to take apart my code to show an example, so hopefully what I say is understandable.
I set up a listview in conjunction with a WM_Notify function. When the CELL of the checkbox is clicked, it registers but the box isn't checked, which throws off my function. I believe that if the surrounding cell is clicked the checkbox should be checked as well. If this is not a "bug" I think this should be how it functions...unless there is a specific reason why it isn't like that.

Note: As a workaround I tried to put in the function to check if the checkbox is checked after there is a register on that item and then check it if it isn't checked...so if someone clicks the surrounding cell...but that doesn't work at all.

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comment:1 in reply to: ↑ description Changed 11 years ago by Valik

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Replying to anonymous:

I'm too lazy right now to take apart my code to show an example, so hopefully what I say is understandable.

For me personally, this was automatic ticket closing. If you are too lazy to provide all the information necessary then don't bother posting.

I set up a listview in conjunction with a WM_Notify function. When the CELL of the checkbox is clicked, it registers but the box isn't checked, which throws off my function. I believe that if the surrounding cell is clicked the checkbox should be checked as well. If this is not a "bug" I think this should be how it functions...unless there is a specific reason why it isn't like that.

It's not designed like that, obviously. At any rate, you already wrote a WM_NOTIFY handler, so what exactly is stopping you from implementing the behavior you want?

No bug here and there's nothing for us to add.

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