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Posted on 2007-04-03
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I need to remove non-fixed drives in a SHBrowseForFolder dialog. I am passing the handle
to the treeview from an EnumChildProc that is called in the BrowseDialogCallBack.

type
  Params  = packed record
    LocalDrives:    bool;
    pidlRoot:       PItemIDList;
    BffInitialized: bool;
    hWndTreeCtrl:   hwnd;
    hWndEditCtrl:   hwnd;
    InitialFolder:  pchar;
    SelectedItem:   htreeitem;
    SelectedPath:   array[0..MAX_PATH] of char;
  end;

var
  BffParams:  Params;

procedure TVLocalDrives (hwnd: hwnd);
var
  hti, child:         htreeitem;
  htiText:            array[0..MAX_PATH] of char;
  TVI:                tagTVItem;
  Count, DriveType:   uint;
begin
    hti := TreeView_GetRoot(BffParams.hWndTreeCtrl);
    TVI.mask        := TVIF_HANDLE or TVIF_TEXT or TVIF_CHILDREN or TVIF_STATE or TVIF_PARAM;
    TVI.hItem       := hti;
    TVI.pszText     := htiText;
    TVI.cchTextMax  := MAX_PATH;
    TreeView_GetItem(BffParams.hWndTreeCtrl, TVI);

    child := TreeView_GetChild(BffParams.hWndTreeCtrl, hti);
    //Build TreeViewItem Structure used to retrieve text of selected item.
    TVI.mask        := TVIF_HANDLE or TVIF_TEXT or TVIF_CHILDREN or TVIF_STATE or TVIF_PARAM;
    TVI.hItem       := child;
    TVI.pszText     := htiText;
    TVI.cchTextMax  := MAX_PATH;
    TreeView_GetItem(BffParams.hWndTreeCtrl, TVI);

    While hti <> nil do
    begin
      TVI.hItem     := hti;
      TreeView_GetItem(BffParams.hWndTreeCtrl, TVI);
      DriveType := GetDriveType(pchar(leftstr(string(TVI.pszText),3)));
      if DriveType <> DRIVE_FIXED then
      begin
        //TreeView_DeleteItem(BffParams.hWndTreeCtrl, TVI.hItem);
      end;

      hti := TreeView_GetNextItem(BffParams.hWndTreeCtrl, TVI.hItem, TVGN_NEXT);
    end;
end;

This isn't working, the call:
    child := TreeView_GetChild(BffParams.hWndTreeCtrl, hti);
does not return a child.

I have verified that the the Root is 'My Computer'.

Does it look like I'm doing anything else wrong?
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Question by:EddieShipman
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by:Tomas Helgi Johannsson
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     Hi!

Try to change
TreeView_GetItem(BffParams.hWndTreeCtrl, TVI);
to
hti := TreeView_GetItem(BffParams.hWndTreeCtrl, TVI);

Regards,
   Tomas Helgi
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by:EddieShipman
ID: 18845628
The TreeView_GetItem macro modifies the TVI parameter and returns
a BOOLEAN.
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EddieShipman earned 0 total points
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I think we've figured out what the problem is.
When we first enter the callback, the only item IS
My Computer or the passed root.

Other items are not immediately available which means that we can't
iterate through the items.

Guess we'll have to blow this off for now...
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