Icon in column on List View in Details view

Posted on 2007-08-12
Last Modified: 2008-03-17
Hello all,

I am using a list view control to display a playlist for a media player like application that I am making.  The application features two 'decks' called Deck A and Deck B.  When an item at the top of the playlist is playing on one of the decks I'd like to show a small 'Deck A' image in one of the columns in 'Details' view.  I cannot see a way to do this within VB but I'm sure there is some wizardry to make it happen.

Any advice would be gratefully received.  Many thanks.
Question by:Ady Foot
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    Thanks for your response.  The links are good but tell me what I already know.....I know about adding an image to the first column of a List View control when you add an item but I want to add more images under different subitme columns.

    Any ideas?
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