A Unicode Tree and List View

I want to have a free TreeView and ListView component support Unicode (Item Caption is a WideString!). Can anybody show me?
skullvnAsked:
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kretzschmarCommented:
see virtualTreeView at

www.lischke-online.de

meikl ;-)
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skullvnAuthor Commented:
Yes, VitualTree View work fine! the same work... can U show me where I can download a Label and Edit (Textbox) component that support Unicode? And can U show me how to resource a Widestring in Designtime in Delphi? I try, but #xxxx won't let delphi create a widechar correctly!
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skullvnAuthor Commented:
Thank U workshop_Alex, but UR link show me some component adn program just need Win2k/XP! I use W98!
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skullvnAuthor Commented:
I only want free component! ;)
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Wim ten BrinkSelf-employed developerCommented:
At http://www.efg2.com/Lab/OtherProjects/Unicode.htm I read: Mark O'Farrell's comments (27 July 2003):  "By the way I disabled the OS Version checking and the program runs perfectly under Win98SE."

The Tnt Unicode Controls are free, btw. And while they only work on W2K and better you might get them to work on W9x. But not all W9x versions have unicode enabled so then again, it might not work...
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coldboyCommented:
Win2k/XP use compound Unicode while Win9x use Pre-Compound Unicode! so I think, program won't work correctly! Do U think so?
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coldboyCommented:
skullvn!
Unicode is a very interested subject! but I think UR question is too hard! May be U must use resource file and dynamic load Resource when program run! Unicode at design time may only available when run on Winxp, when U uses compound Unicode! Do U try Edos ElPack? But I not free! any way, it's a very good component Unicode pack, even U uses it on Win9x and precompound Unicode!
Regard
coldboy!
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