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changing the color of a list view

Posted on 2002-05-31
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Hi there,
How would I go about altering the color of a specific list view enty in a box in 'detail' mode.
I'm using BCB4 but it does not have a font param for individual entries. (TListView)
Thanks in advance
DS
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You must use custom listview and react to
OnCustomDrawSubItem event or trap NM_CUSTOMDRAW event.
Example of last dee in
http://delphi.mers.com/cgi-bin/mer.exe/EXECSEARCH?pageno=1&searchtext=color+listview+item&grouptext=cppbuilder&linktype=viewmsg&msgno=26592&boardno=1820
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Thank Alex, I will take a good look.
Kind Regards
David
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