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disable and enable rows in CListCtrl

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Is there a way you can disable and enable individual rows in CListCtrl.
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Commented:
Not directly.  You can do the ownerdraw thing to make them *look* disabled and then take action when the user tries to select one.  

Depending on your needs, you might be able to accomplish your goal by use the checkbox style -- as a kind of stand-in for enabled/not-enabled (checked/non-checked).

There are a number of CListCtrl-derived objects available that do that.  Try checking here
    http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/controls/listview/
if you are intersted in using somebody elese ownerdraw logic.
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In particular, this one (by MFC Superstar Chris Mauder) seems to allow disabling of rows:

    MFC Grid control (derived from CWnd)
    http://www.codeguru.com/Cpp/controls/controls/gridcontrol/article.php/c2179

-- Dan

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