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how to scroll to last item of a listview

Posted on 2009-03-31
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Hi, if you have a listview being populated with data; what is the command to automatically scroll to the last item being added to that listview
e.g.
 
lvMyItem = House.items.add("House of character")
lvMyItem.add("¬4,000")
etc..

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BTW I'm using VB .NET 2008
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You can use EnsureVisible()
Example

        Dim item As New ListViewItem
        item.Text = "columm 1"
        item.SubItems.Add("column 2")
        Me.ListView1.Items.Add(item)
 
        item.EnsureVisible()

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