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I'm dynamically creating nodes on my form based upon 3 different conditions.
Consider it Best, Good, Bad for example.
I 'only' will want an associated icon/image depending on those values.
So far, so good.
However, I've noticed that when I assign the imageindex correctly, there are two other states to be concerned with - dropdown state and selected state.  
How can I simply ignore those and use the imageindex property alone?
Surely I don't have to assign all 3 do I?
Dim tn As New TreeNode(MyData)
tn.ImageIndex = 2 'Bad

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Set them to be the same.

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Hmm - then can I override the instance creation to pass that index value and assign all 3 there?
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