On Sun, 15 Jun 2003, Jeremy White wrote:
> >I found the answers to a few of these, and a little more info. Still need
> >help with some of them.
> Not sure I can help, but here is my 2 pence worth.
> >Still haven't found a way to do this. Maybe if I could find a way to set
> >the font of an item, and use a monospaced font... how does Windows do it,
> >I wonder?
> Have a play with Win32::GUI::Grid, you can make it look like a listview, but
> is much
I'll take a look at it, certainly!
> > >
> > > 4. In TreeView, some of my icons seem to appear in monochrome. A few
> > > appear in full color. They were all created identically. Is there some
> > > special format I need to use to make them appear in proper colors?
> >Still having this issue. Any ideas?
> I had allsorts of problems with bitmap colours in a treeview. The solution
> for me was to increase the number of bits used for each pixel in the image
> $imagelist=new Win32::GUI::ImageList(16, 16, 1 | 0x0010, 17, 25);
Will give this a shot...
> > > 6. When a treeview is first expanded such that the vertical scrollbar
> > > appears for the first time, the control goes blank until I find the
> > > scrollbar and scroll down. Is there a workaround for this behavior?
> >Still having this issue. It looks bad, certainly, but it's still usable.
> >Not suitable for any kind of professional software, though :/
> The only time I had similar behaviour was when I was using a tabstrip on the
> same window as the treeview - does this apply to you?
Yes, this is the case. Unfortunately, I kinda need to do it. Any idea
how I can get around this behavior? I've tried just about everything I
can think of, but it still seems to blank no matter what I do :/ It's
like it expands, then immediately blanks. I can see it expand for a split