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listview item text width

Posted on 2000-03-07
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I have a listview and always set one of the items as bold. After setting an item's text as bold, text is squeezed and automatically a few lettrs at the end of text is removed and '...' is placed .
I would like to have listitems whose text content remains unchanged as I set bold or unbold. Recommendations please?
TIA
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ruchi
after reading this tip, I decided to refresh listview and it works now.
Thanks, if you send comment as answer I will send points to you.
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Thanks, Unsa!
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