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VB 2005 ListView - Selected row disappears when clicking on other controls

Posted on 2007-11-25
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Hi

I have a ListView control on a windows form. When I click on another control, the selected row (or greay shading on this) dissapears.

I want it to stay there. How do I do this?
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ListView.SetFocus
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Hi

I want the selected line in the ListView to show as selected even when the ListView no longer has the focus
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You have to change the property HideSelection to False

Listview1.HideSelection = False

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Thanks very much
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