Leader board ocx

I need an ocx that acts like a leaderboard (a reverse treeview). For example, where the normal treeview looks like this:

 X
 +--X
 +--X
    +--X
    +--X 'and so on...

I need a control that looks like this:

 X----+
        X----+
 X----+      |
                X----+
 X----+      |      |
         X----+     |
 X----+             |
                       X
 X----+             |
         X----+     |
 X----+      |      |
                X----+
 X----+      |
         X----+
 X----+

Anyone?
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cvidlerConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Check out LinkGraph OCX

http://www.aivosto.com/lgraph.html

it will do want easily.
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James_stillmanCommented:
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pacificdbAuthor Commented:
Sorry guys, I had to much about to get the graphics right.

(and James_stillman, I would actually like an intelligent answer, please).
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James_stillmanCommented:
I am really Sorry about that but I have someone sitting next to me and as a joke, (which I have to say I don't find very funny) he posted this answer after hitting the keyboard.

his name in experts ex is crazyman.

Now he has left me with a problem because in EE if you propose an ansewer to a question you cannot simply delete the question. So if nobody ansewers your question proberly you will lose those points.

Get back to me if you have a problem with this.
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pacificdbAuthor Commented:
Quite an apt name, crazyman, don't you think? ;-\
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crazymanCommented:
Thats right always blame me for every little thing that goes wrong round here.
Well i tell you im sick of it,james_stillman's sick little jokes he plays on innocent people then hangs the blame on me like some burden that i have to bear for the rest of my days.
In future james i suggest you are a little more careful when submitting answers to EE.
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pacificdbAuthor Commented:
Since you're both that interested in the topic - can you answer it???
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James_stillmanCommented:
sorry pacificdb  for the inrusion on your q clearly this is no place for messing around crazyman
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caraf_gCommented:
Do you need all the usual treeview functionality or are you just interested in displaying stuff in an indented fashion?

I'm asking because the former is bloody difficult, but the latter may be relatively easy.
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pacificdbAuthor Commented:
The former. I do need to add, delete, expand & contract the nodes. I don't have the time to build & test my own control, so I was hoping someone else may have already done the work.
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pacificdbAuthor Commented:
cvidler,

Thanks for the link. I've had a look at their demo version & have requested more information from the developers. So far it doesn't look good, but I'll let you know when I hear back from them.
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