I've already extended CListCtrl to automatically handle sorting (asc & desc) without the parent's involvement. The last step to make this thing work like a "record browser" is to have the entire row highlight when an item is selected.
Is there an easy (i.e. Most Painless) way of doing this? Does Onwer-draw set this up for the most part?
You can add LVS_EX_FULLROWSELECT style bit to your list view extended style and entire row will be selected. This is done by sending message to your list view ::SendMessage(hwndYouListView,LVM_SETEXTENDEDLISTVIEWSTYLE,
Displaying information on the statusbar.
Continuing from the third article about sudoku.
Open the project in visual studio.
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Finishing the grid – keyboard support for arrow keys to manoeuvre, entering the numbers. The PreTranslateMessage function is to be used to intercept and respond to keyboard events.
Continuing from the fourth article about sudoku. …
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