I have two list controls (CListCtrl) on a dialog. The user is supposed to be able to select only one item out of one control, however, if I click on one item in the first list and then click on anotheritem in the second list, the application remembers the first selection. I only want the currently highlighted item to be the selection. Anyone had any experience with this?
You need to set up an event handler to handle the selection for either list control, remember which item is selected in each control, and then manually deselect any selections in the other control. Something
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