Editing in YListView

Posted on 2006-06-21
Last Modified: 2010-04-05
is it possible to allow an end user to enter text on a TListView, and also is it possible to add a drop down list as one of the columns when they click on it.

Any help is appreciated
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Yep. The control provides the basic functionality to edit its first column. To display drop down or to make other columns editable you will neeed to work around it.
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Thanks but I was already looking at that link you gave me before i posted the question, was just hoping for more solutions if possible, :-)

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If you need professional type the I suggest Virtual Tree view

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