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Hi, I have a problem. I'm working on a backup program. I'm using a ShellComboBox, ShellTreeView, ShellListView. When I copy files from a source , using TSHOptFilestruct,...  the copied files (folders) reflect in the ShellListview, but not in the ShellTreeview. The ShellTreeView is not updated. How can I accomplish this ?

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Did you try calling the public method Refresh when the SHFileOp is done?
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Hi, autorefresh is on . How can I do it at runtime ?

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Well, I just tested in D6 with AutoRefresh set to True and
it worked just fine. Are you copying/moving files or directories?
If copying files, do you have the otNonFolders ObjectTypes set to True?
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Do files show in the treeview?
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Hello , I copy files and directories, but I'm going to set the otNonFolders to true, to see What happens; I'l let you know in a while. Thanks alot.

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By the way, I don't know if my reply before the last one has arrived . What I have done is:

ShellTreeView.Refresh(ShellTreeView.TopItem) and this works fine. (for folders); now I'm going to try otNonfol....

I set the ShellTreeView.root to ShellComboBox1.Path;

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Hi,

Now I can see the files also !!

Thanks alot

Marioway
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