Listview group divider color

Posted on 2007-07-26
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
What determines the color of the divider line between the
groups in a listview in the image here:

Is it changable?
Question by:EddieShipman
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    Expert Comment

    what program?
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    Author Comment

    It doesn't matter, the SysListview32 control included with XP has this capability.
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    Accepted Solution

    in that case it is probably one of the built in color coltrols for windows.

    change the colos in the appearance tab within desktop properties  and see which one changes the color of lthe lines
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    Author Comment

    ActiveTitleBar is the one, thanks...I'd never thought to do it there because I thought it
    was from GDI32.dll or something.

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