I want to use a CListCtrl in Report View to display audio items in column one and their respective volumes as horizontal sliders in column two. So I subclassed a CListCtrl and called it CSliderListCtrl. I have overridden the InsertItem() method which calls CListCtrl::InsertItem() and then goes on to create a CSliderCtrl and displays it in the RECT beside the newly inserted list item, i.e. in column two. But when the list needs to scroll, I have to explicitly call MoveWindow() for every slider in (and out of) view to get them to cleanly scroll alongside their correspondng list items. If each slider is a child window of my derived list control, why won't Windows do the scrolling and redrawing for me? My solution is a very clunky one and looks a bit sad on slower displays. Is there an alternative way? Maybe owner-drawn items?
That is not how scrollbars work. The scrollbar sends scroll info to the window (the list view) and the window repaints itself accordingly. It doesn't even necessarily have to scroll - it can just repaint
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