VB.net TreeView change images not resizing as expected

Posted on 2012-03-13
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Last Modified: 2012-03-16

I am using the following code to resize the images in my TreeView
but as you can see in the image the hight seems to not change
possiblr because it is governed ny the row height.

How do I resolve this?


        Dim myImageList As New ImageList()
        myImageList.ImageSize = New Size(100, 100)

Question by:Murray Brown
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>myImageList.ImageSize = New Size(100, 100)

Images seem to be within that size to me. Have you tried

myImageList.ImageSize = New Size(32, 32)

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by:Murray Brown
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Thanks very much

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