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Delphi 2 has a list view component. I would like to set up a program like the Windows Explorer. Is there a way to use the Tree view and the List view to work like a filelistbox and a directorylistbox? This way it could display a list of filenames or icons, whichever the user selects..
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sperling earned 100 total points
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Sorry, but you cannot do that automatically using TTreeView/TListView.

You'll have to fill them manually.

Erik.
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