Welcome to the fourth iteration of my Glacial ListView Control v1.3. I initially began this project back in December of 2002 when I went to write a ListView for a project I was contracting on, that needed to display scores from team based games (football, [...]
If you store you application data and you wish to save some time and memory, you can have the list ask your application for the strings to display in the list on the fly, instead of having the list store the strings explicitly. This will reduce the amount of memory your final app needs and will make filling and deleting the list contents quicker, at the [...]
Version 4.70 of the common controls introduced a feature called custom draw. The name gives a vague hint about what it’s about and the MSDN docs give some long-winded explanations and examples, but there’s no one place that tells you what you really want to know. That is, namely, what’s it good for. Custom draw can be [...]
Okay yet another full blown ownerdraw listview control with a tree like thing in the first column.What´s new: subitems now supports images improved sorting bugfixes reported by you.
please see the history section in the SuperGridCtrl.cpp file for further reading.Features:
The listview control has support for editing subitems [...]
A list view gives the GUI designer many options. One of the best is the ability to display tabular data in columns, sort columns, add images and more. This is well implemented by CListView in MFC.
A checked list box enables the GUI designer to get the users picked options via a checkbox on every list item. This is well implemented by CCheckListBox in MFC.How to combine them [...]