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VScrollBar in a CListCtrl

Posted on 2002-06-12
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Hi,
I need to know if a Vertical ScrollBar is shown in a CListCtrl. I tried to use:
CScrollBar* CWnd::GetScrollBarCtrl(int) const,
but it does not work (returns NULL, unless class derive from CView...).

thanks,
Yoav.

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migel earned 400 total points
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Hi!
this method alvays returns NULL for windows that implements scrollbar via  windows styles.
Try use GetSrcollInfo to determine is scrollbar visible
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by:yoavo
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Hi migel,
I tried using GetScrollInfo, and I am not sure I can get from the SCROLLINFO structure if a scroll bar exist or not.
The only thing I found out is that when a scroll bar does not exist then then in the SCROLLINFO struct: nPage > nMax
can I trust this ???

Yoav.
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by:migel
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Hi!
did you include mask SIF_RANGE?
does nMin == nMax??
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by:yoavo
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I included SIF_ALL (which is the default):
BOOL GetScrollInfo( int nBar, LPSCROLLINFO lpScrollInfo, UINT nMask = SIF_ALL );

mMin is always 0...
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by:migel
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nMax ?
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by:yoavo
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nMax depands on the height of the control.
I think if (nPage <= nMax) then the scroll appears...
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