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Adding an item to the top of a listview

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Hey there

Lets say i have a listview with 5 items and 4 colums, when I add an item, I would like it to be added to the top instead of the bottom, so basically everything either has to be shuffled down or moved out, new item added and then all the old stuff moved back in (from what I can gather). So what would be the fastest way to do this?

Faster and cleaner the code, the more points I will give ;)
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Wim ten Brink earned 60 total points
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Have you tried
  ListView1.Items.Insert(0)
instead of
  ListView1.Items.Add
??? :-)

Easy 50 points... :-P
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Gave ya another 10 for the quick reply.
Thats super excellent - thank you sir!
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You're welcome. :-)
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Don't forget to click the "Accept" button if you think this question is answered to your complete satisfaction. ;-)
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oh yea
I knew that :P
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