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    How to fill Customlist via Plugin

    Hi Folks

    I want create an own Contactlist incl. Name, Number and Photo.
    How can i fill a customlist with my vb6 plugin?

    regards

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    harryberlin , i want something like that , you make that ? thanks

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    In my Case with VB6

    to add without Image:
    frm.CLAddItem "Numberstring" & vbCrLf & "Namestring"
    vbCrLf is the seperator for listtext and listdesc

    to add with Image(since RR Version Jul01 2014):
    frm.CLAddItemWithImage "Numberstring" & vbCrLf & "Namestring", "ImageFullpathString"

    before you should check, if a customlist on screen exist:
    If frm.IsShowCL Then ....
    or
    If Not frm.IsShowCL Then Exit Sub

    and clear the customlist before fill a complete new list:
    frm.CLClear

    For other Things check the Documetation Folder these files:
    "Extension Plugin Form properties.txt"
    "dot Net Extension Plugin frm Object.txt"

    I use this to import Names, Numbers, Photos of exported VCard from S3 mini, for my plugin.

    Last edited by harryberlin; 07-08-2014 at 06:38 PM.

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