From: Jeremy White <jez_white@ho...> - 2003-06-19 07:53:09
The problem is with the tabstrip - it may be counter intuitive, but create
the tabstrip last and your problems should go
>Subject: [perl-win32-gui-users] Refreshing ListView with updated data?
>Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2003 10:48:24 -0700 (PDT)
>I am having problems with updating a listview. It
>seems everytime I do a $LV->Hide and subsequently do a
>$LV->Show the thing act weird. It appears to put in a
>bunch of new columns headings as a result. That is
>column headings without any data underneath.
>The way I am doing it is, I create a AddTabStrip and on
>the first tabstrip, I place a Listview. On the second
>tabstrip I do other stuffs. So technically I can
>switch between the two tabs and the refresh should be
>done properly. Well, if I go to tab 2 and then switch
>back to tab one where Listview object is. The listview
>seems to duplicate set of the existing columns. Any
>ideas? Better still any got sample code of listview
>Show and then Hide and Show and Hide working properly?
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