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How do I access a WPF ListView's ScrollViewer through VB.NET? All the examples I can find online are C# and I'm having problems translating these into VB.NET ... Some of the syntax doesn't make sense to me. Sorry....

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Never mind... I figured out a solution:

    Public Shared Function GetListViewScrollViewer(ByVal oLV As ListView) As ScrollViewer
        Dim oDO As DependencyObject
        oDO = TryCast(oLV, DependencyObject)

        Return GetScrollViewer(oLV)

    End Function

    Public Shared Function GetScrollViewer(ByVal oDO As DependencyObject) As ScrollViewer

        Dim nChild As Integer
        Dim oDOChild As DependencyObject
        Dim oSV As ScrollViewer
        For nChild = 0 To VisualTreeHelper.GetChildrenCount(oDO) - 1
            oDOChild = VisualTreeHelper.GetChild(oDO, nChild)
            oSV = TryCast(oDOChild, ScrollViewer)
            If Not oSV Is Nothing Then
                Return oSV
            End If
            oSV = GetScrollViewer(oDOChild)
            If Not oSV Is Nothing Then
                Return oSV
            End If
        Next

        Return Nothing
    End Function

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