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    Is the CF_CreateListView a listview or a listbox?

    I need good multicolumn support and want to implement a listview in my plugin.
    B Smoov
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  • #2
    It creates the same style listviews as in the media player, media manager, file browser, etc...

    The 1.6 SDK will include an example using a listview...

    david
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    • #3
      So no multicolumn support?

      I am making a wireless connection manager and want to display the SSID and Signal strenth in a multicolumn listbox

      If it does not support multicolumn, do you have any idea how I should lay it out?
      B Smoov
      Project Status: 90% Complete

      Next Step: TIVO for Radio

      Ampie Case :: MII10000 Mobo :: M1-ATX PSU :: 512MB RAM :: 2.5" HD, 60GB, 5400rpm, 16MB Buffer :: DWW-700H :: Centrafuse

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      • #4
        just make the entry have SSID and a " - " and then the signal strength... Or build two listviews right next to each other...

        actually since signal strength can be a set length you could just put

        signalstrength + " - " + SSID

        david
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        • #5
          Or use a glyph of some kind. I think in the car I'd be perfectly OK with 1-5 bars, like on a phone. That would always be the same width and if it appears first you won't have to worry about populating two columns. It looks like the GuiFX font has some that would work well.

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          • #6
            Personally I like the percentage. Perhaps clicking on the "glyph"(never heard that term before) would toggle to the percentage.

            I've got a bigger problem anyway... I cant get a 'clean' list of access points. I am using WMI and it returns garbage SSIDs. I think there is a bug in WMI because I am pretty confident my code is okay. Even the WMI tools (object manager) report back garbage.
            B Smoov
            Project Status: 90% Complete

            Next Step: TIVO for Radio

            Ampie Case :: MII10000 Mobo :: M1-ATX PSU :: 512MB RAM :: 2.5" HD, 60GB, 5400rpm, 16MB Buffer :: DWW-700H :: Centrafuse

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