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Icons or font color in combo list

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Is it possible to do one of the followings or both?
1. add different icons to items in a combo box.
2. set different text colors to items in a combo box.

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For the first point: yes, if you don't use the comboBox, but the ImageCombo :)
You can find it with Microsoft Common Controls library.

I usually use it, also because it has a better object structure than the standard comboBox (e.g. has comboItems, like listItems in listbox...)

Have a look, hope this helps.
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Isn't it an easy one. Thanks any way...
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