Clicking on an item of a TListWindow control

Posted on 1999-07-13
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Last Modified: 2008-02-26

I need to know how can I do an action when one item in the TListWindow has been selected. I think it might be something similar to the event EV_LBN_SELCHANGE of the TListBox control, but this event is only for that control.

Thanks in advance
Question by:demarcy

Accepted Solution

gaohong earned 150 total points
ID: 1199974
In your parent window of your TListWindow control, you
have process WM_NOTIFY message. Check NM_LISTVIEW
structure for details.

Borland does not do much with TListWindow

Author Comment

ID: 1199975
I have done something like that, but by responding the ITEMCHANGED event on the TListWindow


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