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Capturing TListWindow Column Resize

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I'm with the other guys here, and am willing to add my share of points to the pot for the answer to this question!  I'll donate all 181 points to anyone who can figure out how to capture the column resize event in a TListWindow (or ListView control under MS)!
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gaohong earned 190 total points
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Hell, Microsoft!  You guys try to get Column Resize message, however, there is
no such thing. But there is something worth trying.

Here is my agorithm to capture the column resizing:

remember the initial column width, IniColumnWidth;

add WM_LBUTTONUP, in LButtonUp handler, get current column width
compare with initial column width, if not same, then resized, do what you want,
after that, call default handler for LButtonup.

Hope this solves your problem
good luck

gaohong (gary) Xie

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