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When i change the Icon of an Item in a Listview the Listview is "flashing" ?? "blinking" i don't know the correct word ...
There are only 2 Items in the Listview and i update them every 300 ms !

My Code :
ListView1.Items.BeginUpdate;
ListView1.Items[0].ImageIndex := t;
ListView1.Items[1].ImageIndex := t+3;
ListView1.Items.EndUpdate;
inc(t);
if t > 2 then t := 0;
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Question by:snoopy_Spy
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Epsylon earned 200 total points
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Does ListView1.DouleBuffered := true help?
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by:hubdog
ID: 2585846
try
  lockwindowupdate(listview1.handle);
  //here change imageindex
  lockwindowupdate(0);

good luck
hubdog
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by:snoopy_Spy
ID: 2585868
Thanxs
That works !
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