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CListBox Vertical Scroll Bar Auto-Scroll?

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Can anyone tell me how to make ListBox Vertical scroll bar automatically scrolled down to the latest item added just like the way edit box does to its incoming data?
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Tommy Hui earned 10 total points
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Use CListBox.SetCaretIndex(index, TRUE);

The TRUE indicates to scroll to it. The index is the item to scrolled to. So whenever you add an item, save the returned index from AddString() and use that in SetCaretIndex().
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I have to try it out, thui, earlier 2 helpful guys suggested using SetCurSel(), I have yet to test all these out.  Wait for my outcome :)

Anyway, thanks alot :)
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by:sllsgl
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Hi, thui, SetCaretIndex() is the right way :)  For the 2nd parameter, using FALSE is better as the whole item can be  visible, making the effect "Auto VScroll" better :)
Using TRUE may sometimes show the added item only partially.
Anyway, it's a good answer many ppl is looking forward to.
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