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Listview Icon OffSet problem with Large Icons

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I am using VB 6.0 and Microsoft Windows Common Controls 6.0.

I load a ListView with large icons but they don't consistently start at the left of the ListView.

In Some cases they are over to the right of the ListView one or two Icon widths.

I have tried it with .Arrange = (lvwAutoLeft and lvwAutoTop)  

lvwAutoNone simply scatters the Icons.

Also as I clear the listview and display new items, the horizontal scrollbar seems to stay, then if I move it to the right a little it disappears as all the items can actually fit in the listview.
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 100 total points
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Do you have the SP3 installed?
What is the size of the icons in the ImageList (16/32/48)?
I solved similar problems by doing the following:
..View = lvwReport
..View = lvwIcons
..Arrane = lvwAutoLeft
the last part may be resolved by
..ListItems(1).EnsureVisible

Hope this helps...
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by:tward
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No, never installed SP3.

Icons are 32.

..View = lvwReport
..View = lvwIcons

seems to do the trick, it even solves the last problem!
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