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Changing rowsheight in CListCtrl

Posted on 2002-07-18
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Hi All,
I tried to change font size of CListCtrl object. Unfortunately the row height of the control was not updated, and the text got clipped. I tried to run my app on win 98 as well as win NT.

Any suggestions?

p.s.
Please, Real answares. Not links to codeguru or codeproject

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by:SteveGTR
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Sorry for the "unreal" answer:

http://www.codeproject.com/listctrl/changerowheight.asp

You're going to have to a little reading :)


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by:elcapitan
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This article is dealing with owner draw controls. I'm not interesting in drawing the control my self. Is there another way to do that? maybe custom draw?
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by:SteveGTR
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Use the techniques decribed for WM_MEASUREITEM. I briefly tried out the technique using the dialog's message mapping and it worked fine:

BEGIN_MESSAGE_MAP(CGrantBrowse, CAuxiliaryDialog)
  // ...
  ON_WM_MEASUREITEM()
  // ...
END_MESSAGE_MAP()

void CMyDlg::OnMeasureItem(int nIDCtl, LPMEASUREITEMSTRUCT lpMeasureItemStruct)
{
  if (nIDCtl == IDC_MYLISTCTRL)
    lpMeasureItemStruct->itemHeight = 20;
  else
    CDialog::OnMeasureItem(nIDCtl, lpMeasureItemStruct);
}

There appears to be a way to redirect the measure item message using reflection so that the subclassed control is more usable. Rather than relying on the container window having to resize the control's height.

Good Luck,
Steve

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SteveGTR earned 300 total points
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Of course the example I plugged the above into was for a ownerdrawn list control. Here is a draw handler from the class I tested with. It is based on CSortListCtrl from MSJ "Wicked code" column from 12/97 Vol 11, No 12:
 
// To allow for row highlighting you must check the "Owner drawn fixed" attribute
// in the CListCtrl's properties.
void CSortListCtrl::DrawItem(LPDRAWITEMSTRUCT lpDrawItemStruct)
{
      static BOOL bClearing=FALSE;

      // Get the display context for the control.
      CDC* pCDC = CDC::FromHandle(lpDrawItemStruct->hDC);

      // Use mask if there is one.
      UINT uiFlags(ILD_TRANSPARENT);

      // Check to see if this item is selected.
      if (lpDrawItemStruct->itemState & ODS_SELECTED)
            {
            pCDC->SetTextColor(::GetSysColor(COLOR_HIGHLIGHTTEXT));
            pCDC->SetBkColor(::GetSysColor(COLOR_HIGHLIGHT));
            uiFlags |= ILD_BLEND50;
            }
      else
            {
            pCDC->SetTextColor(::GetSysColor(COLOR_WINDOWTEXT));
            pCDC->SetBkColor(::GetSysColor(COLOR_WINDOW));
            }

      // Get the image list and draw.
      CImageList* plistImages = GetImageList(LVSIL_SMALL);

      // In order to get the focus rectangle to disappear on highlighted rows,
      // I had to force an invalidate via this cheesey methold. Not doing so
      // would cause the only the 1st column to be repainted with the border!
      if (lpDrawItemStruct->itemState & ODS_FOCUS)
            {
            if (!bClearing)
                  {
                  bClearing = TRUE;
          CRect rTextClip(lpDrawItemStruct->rcItem);
                  rTextClip.left += (plistImages ? 16 : 0);

                  InvalidateRect(rTextClip);
                  return;
                  }
            else
                  bClearing = FALSE;
            }

      // Get the item image to be displayed.
      LV_ITEM lvi;
      memset(&lvi, 0, sizeof(&lvi));
      lvi.mask = LVIF_IMAGE | LVIF_STATE;
      lvi.iItem = lpDrawItemStruct->itemID;
      GetItem(&lvi);

      // If valid, draw.
      if (plistImages)
            {
            CPoint ptAt(lpDrawItemStruct->rcItem.left, lpDrawItemStruct->rcItem.top);
                  plistImages->Draw(pCDC, lvi.iImage, ptAt, uiFlags);
            }

      // Now walk through columns and draw text.
      char szText[256];     // Increase this if you have longer text.
      LV_COLUMN lvc;
      memset(&lvc, 0, sizeof(lvc));
      lvc.mask = LVCF_WIDTH;

      for (int nColumn = 0; GetColumn(nColumn, &lvc); nColumn++)
            {
            CRect rTextClip;

            // First time.
            if (0 == nColumn)
                  {
                  rTextClip.left   = lpDrawItemStruct->rcItem.left + (plistImages ? 16 : 0);
                  rTextClip.top    = lpDrawItemStruct->rcItem.top;
                  rTextClip.right  = lpDrawItemStruct->rcItem.left + lvc.cx;
                  rTextClip.bottom = lpDrawItemStruct->rcItem.bottom;
                  }
            else
                  {
                  // Just "move" the rect to the right.
                  rTextClip.left  = rTextClip.right;
                  rTextClip.right = rTextClip.left + lvc.cx;
                  }

            // Get the text.
            lvi.iItem = lpDrawItemStruct->itemID;
            lvi.mask = LVIF_TEXT;
            lvi.iSubItem = nColumn;
            lvi.pszText = szText;
            lvi.cchTextMax = sizeof(szText);
            GetItem(&lvi);

            // Add ellipses if necessary.
            int nTextCount(lstrlen(lvi.pszText));

            CSize sizText(pCDC->GetOutputTextExtent(lvi.pszText, nTextCount));

            // Make the clipping rectangle a little smaller for a gap
            // effect between columns.
            rTextClip.right -= 4;

            if (sizText.cx >= rTextClip.Width())
                  {
                  // Make a shorter string, including "..." that fits.
                  CSize sizEllipse = pCDC->GetOutputTextExtent("...", 3);

                  // Now start dropping characters at the tail until width
                  // is correct.
                  while (sizText.cx+sizEllipse.cx > (rTextClip.Width()) && nTextCount > 1)
                        {
                        lvi.pszText[--nTextCount] = 0;
                        sizText = pCDC->GetOutputTextExtent(lvi.pszText, nTextCount);
                        }

                  // Ok, append "...".
                  lvi.pszText[nTextCount] = '.';
                  lvi.pszText[nTextCount + 1] = '.';
                  lvi.pszText[nTextCount + 2] = '.';
                  lvi.pszText[nTextCount + 3] = 0;
                  }

            // Restore full rect.
            rTextClip.right += 4;

            // Print the text.
            pCDC->ExtTextOut(rTextClip.left + 2, rTextClip.top + 1,
                  ETO_CLIPPED | ETO_OPAQUE, &rTextClip, lvi.pszText, lstrlen(lvi.pszText), NULL);
        }

      // If focused draw focus rect (I added the focus check)
      if (lpDrawItemStruct->itemState & ODS_FOCUS)
            {
    CRect rTextClip(lpDrawItemStruct->rcItem);
            rTextClip.left += (plistImages ? 16 : 0);

            CWnd *pFocusWnd = GetFocus();
            
            if (pFocusWnd && pFocusWnd->m_hWnd == m_hWnd)
                  pCDC->DrawFocusRect(rTextClip);
            else
                  {
                  CBrush bdrBrush(::GetSysColor(COLOR_HIGHLIGHT));
                  pCDC->FrameRect(rTextClip, &bdrBrush);
                  }
            }

      // Reset colors if necessary.
      if (lpDrawItemStruct->itemState & ODS_SELECTED)
            {
            pCDC->SetTextColor(::GetSysColor(COLOR_WINDOWTEXT));
            pCDC->SetBkColor(::GetSysColor(COLOR_WINDOW));
            }
}
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