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Indeterminate CheckState for a TreeView node

Posted on 2004-10-07
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Hi Experts,

I have a TreeView with check boxes enabled. I am showing in it a hierarchy of objects, so I have objects and then subobjects for them (shown as child nodes in the TreeView). I would like to make it so, that when I select some of the children (but not all), the check box for the parent node is in the Indeterminate state (as known from the CheckBox control). Is this possible?

An alternative/customized TreeView control would also work if it is easy to handle.

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TheAvenger
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It would be even better if it could handle both images and tri state, but still this is a step forward
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Glad to help :)
You may need to see the codes of both of them a little bit and make your own powerful :) custom component
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