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Two FListBoxes need different text alignments

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I have two instances of the same FListBox component. I need each of them to have a different text align... in one, the items must be centered. In the other, they must be default (left justified). How do I accomplish this?

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-Dan
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style_sf = new FStyleFormat();
style_sf.textAlign = "center";
style_sf.addListener(second_listBox_instance_name);
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