I am trying to create a simple list view with two columns (FirstName, LastName). I have tried everything but I cant get the second column (the sub item) to appear. Here is the code I am using:
item_index = ListView_ItemAdd('(L) List View1',"AARON" , 0);result = ListView_ItemSetSubitem('(L) List View1', item_index, 1, "FITZ");column_index = ListView_ColumnAdd('(L) List View1', "First Name", 0);column_index = ListView_ColumnAdd('(L) List View1', "Last Name", 1);
Your help is much appreciated.Ruaa
I can't see anything wrong with the code.
Do you get two column headings?
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No I dont get any headings at all. The only thing that is displayed is the text "AARON".
Anybody can help on this? I am trying to create similar List View, but I am getting same results as Roaa above.
You have to set the view mode, which isn't really mentioned except in the function reference.
local integer previousViewMode = ListView_SetView('(L) Your List View', LV_REPORT_VIEW);
LV_SMICON_VIEW Small icon view
LV_LGICON_VIEW Large icon view
LV_LIST_VIEW List view
LV_REPORT_VIEW Report view
Scott, thanks that solves my issue.
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