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TTreeview problem

Posted on 1998-12-03
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The InsertObject method appears to be placing the new node *before* my selected node...not after, like it should be doing. My call to InsertObject appears correct:

htreenode:=Treeview1.Items.InsertObject(Treeview1.Selected, Form11.edit1.text, nodestuff);

...yet it's putting the new node before Treeview1.Selected, not after. Any idea what might be happening?

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   Shawn Halfpenny
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The help is lying. The VCL code definitely inserts the node before the one specified.

Cheers,

Raymond.
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OK, thanks Raymond!

Shawn
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