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Highlight the ListView Column

Posted on 2004-09-12
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Hi,

Does anyone know how to highlight or change the back color property of ListView Column that is sorted? This is same what we have in Windows Explorer: when a file is sorted based on Name or Date Created, the background color is changed to light gray.

Thanks for the help, Nauman.
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by:armoghan
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you can use such list to have color
http://www.glacialcomponents.com/

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by:nauman_ahmed
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I am looking for some builtin functioanlity and dont want to use the component that you have posted.

Thanks, Nauman.
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