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Icon size in Tlistview??

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how can I controll icon size in listview (vsicon viewstyle) ?? I tryed width and hieght in large image properties but my icons disappeared.(I want size near to windows desktop icons)
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Mamouri earned 150 total points
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Hi!
Put a TImageList and TListView in your form.

Change Width and Height propery of TImageList to 100 and 100. Add some images to it.

Now Use a code like this for adding Images:
var
  i: integer;
begin
  for i := 0 to ImageList1.Count - 1 do
  begin
    ListView1.Items.Add;
    ListView1.Items[ListView1.Items.Count - 1].ImageIndex := i;
  end;

Let me know does it work and do you need that?

Regards
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by:sraab2004
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thanks  Mamouri that exactely what I want
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