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TListBox - scrolling up and down instead of left and right

Posted on 2003-10-26
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I am using a TListBox to display images. I am trying to have 1 column with a vertical scrollbar to scroll up and down through the images. I use lbOwnerDrawFixed but as soon as it runs out of vertical space it starts a new column (eventhough the property Columns is set to 1).

How can I just get one column with a vertical scroll bar?

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Question by:moonrise
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gmayo earned 125 total points
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Set Columns to 0 instead.

Geoff M.
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Works great, thank you
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