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Goto last item in a listview

Posted on 2006-07-13
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Hi,

I am writting a program that use a listview. When I add an item in the listview I will that I can see that new item (autoscroll to it) without scrolling to it.

This is my code:
  Dim ltvItem As ListItem
 
  Set ltvItem = ltvProduct.ListItems.Add
  ltvItem.Text = strPodName
  ltvItem.SubItems(1) = lngProdCode
  ltvProduct.ListItems(ltvProduct.ListItems.Count).Selected = True

The selected module selected the row but do not make the listview scroll to it.

How must I solve this problem?

thanks a lot
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Question by:dwphilippe
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by:rockiroads
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try this


ltvProduct.ListItems(ltvProduct.ListItems.Count).Selected = True
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by:dwphilippe
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this is already in my code

It only select the row but do not scroll to it.
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by:Coder1st
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Hi dwphilippe!

Can you please give us more details on the property setting you use on that ListView because I can't get it not to scroll if you use the select method as above?

The only other thing I may think of is you need to update to SP6 for vb

I hope this is helpful.

Thanks

Coder1st
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aikimark earned 125 total points
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ltvProduct.ListItems(ltvProduct.ListItems.Count).EnsureVisible
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