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Treeview and Imagelist using vbscript...?

Hello,

I'm having trouble getting a treeview control to accept an image from an imagelist.  The treeview is working fine with manuel adding parent and children nodes.  But as soon as I add the following:

Set TreeForm.Tree.ImageList = ImageList1
TreeForm.Tree.Nodes.Add , , "Mgt", "Management", 1

Inetdev will crash.  I have also tried it with IE4, and it also will crash.  I assume there is something different I need to do to set the imagelist for access.

NOTE: OS is NT4 workstation and Inetdev 1.0
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westbergk
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westbergk
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javaman17Commented:
<HTML>
<body bgColor='white'>


<center>

<h3>This site runs JavaScript&#174;. </h3>


<p>
<br>
<br>
You should not stop your browser while loading this page,
a tree structure will be built in this left frame in a few seconds. <br>
(If not, click <a href="compatibility.htm">here</a>.)
<br><br><br><br>
<br>
<font size=-1>Loading auxiliary bitmaps:<br>
<img src='closedfolder.gif'><img src='openfolder.gif'><img src='node.gif'>
<img src='lastnode.gif'><img src='vertline.gif'>
<img src='blank.gif'><img src='doc.gif'><img src='link.gif'>
<br>

</center>
</HTML>


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westbergkAuthor Commented:
Javaman17,

I see that the <img src='pic.gif'> could retrieve the image from the server, but how would it be placed in the imagelist so that the treeview could use it...
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orbitaltechCommented:
what the hell is that, Javaman17???

That has nothing to do with VBScript and the Imagelist control.. Get your head on straight.. I don't know why he gave you the points... Moron


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kowaliwa<!-C2B8B0F4F2E9748B6C35AE7163EFE0B7-->Commented:
So now we all know how to use the <img> tag. Now how about answering the ruddy question Javaman17? The nearest I have come is the sample on MSDN Q165674. But this fails when you try to get the Picture property of the picture control with an invalid property error.
ie. Set imgX = ImageList1.ListImages.Add(1,"open",Image1.picture) The only way that will work is: ImageList1.ListImages.Add 1,"open",LoadPicture("\\Myshare\folderopen.gif")
But this is only good on an intranet with a shared folder.
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