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by WoF
05 Dec 2017, 23:51
Forum: ExplorerTreeView 1.x
Topic: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET
Replies: 18
Views: 38427

Re: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET

Nevertheless, I thank you for your replies and responses. We got the Explorer-Treeview now working fine without errors. Even if I repeat myself, I'd like to say that this control is a very fine piece of work. Well done! The ease of use to get or set a path replaced a huge amount of code, which under...
by WoF
03 Dec 2017, 20:31
Forum: ExplorerTreeView 1.x
Topic: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET
Replies: 18
Views: 38427

Re: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET

Yes. I found something in the web, where this option is obviously added in VS2010, but we could not find it anymore in 2013. Not in the Express nor in the full version. I prefer using 2008 becuse it seems to be more swift than the 2013 hulk, which seems to be slow and sluggish. I never got hold of V...
by WoF
02 Dec 2017, 19:27
Forum: ExplorerTreeView 1.x
Topic: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET
Replies: 18
Views: 38427

Re: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET

When I click on one of the Reference items, the properties are shown in the properties window below, but the "Embed Interop Types" does not appear there. Only 2 properties of 10 are available for change. They are "Copy Local" (true) and "Isolated" (false) for VBRUN. I a...
by WoF
02 Dec 2017, 03:38
Forum: ExplorerTreeView 1.x
Topic: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET
Replies: 18
Views: 38427

Re: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET

You need to set "Embed Interop Types" to False for the references to MSDATASRC, stdole, VBRUN and so on.
How do you do that? Not that it has become necessary in my project yet currently, but that VBRUN popped up an error time and again in converted VB6 progs.

Kind regards

Wolfgang
by WoF
02 Dec 2017, 03:26
Forum: ExplorerTreeView 1.x
Topic: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET
Replies: 18
Views: 38427

Re: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET

I fully agree with your disliking of Windows 10. I never even touched Win 8 or 8.1 and I'm disgusted that they will discontinue Win 7 support. I have seen VB6 running under Win10, where you practically cannot use the form-designer anymore. It has become a little clumsy under win7 already, but under ...
by WoF
01 Dec 2017, 20:33
Forum: ExplorerTreeView 1.x
Topic: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET
Replies: 18
Views: 38427

Re: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET

Nevermind, sorry to have bothered you. I think I found out myself: The _SelChanged fires exactly when the path has changed, so that is rather what I need. Thanks again. Say, you still working on these VB6 controls? Personally I still love VB6 and think it is such a fine and fast tool to make even co...
by WoF
01 Dec 2017, 20:24
Forum: ExplorerTreeView 1.x
Topic: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET
Replies: 18
Views: 38427

Re: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET

Ok, it seems I couldn't run your project because it opened in VS2013 and then popped errors. I didn't even want to follow (because I do not like 2013 very much), so I did as per your suggestions: First I installed 1.15.1 of your Explorer-Treeview. Then I created a new project, added the reference an...
by WoF
01 Dec 2017, 19:54
Forum: ExplorerTreeView 1.x
Topic: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET
Replies: 18
Views: 38427

Re: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET

Hey, thanks for your prompt late-night-reply. I had given up by then. :) Good to talk to you again. Hope you are well. I will try the sample on my computer and see if I get along. We tried a similar thing just now on a friend's computer, where it worked also well. But I noticed that when the ItemCli...
by WoF
29 Nov 2017, 19:19
Forum: ExplorerTreeView 1.x
Topic: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET
Replies: 18
Views: 38427

Re: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET

Oh, and although I have addresssed Tiku personally, I'd appreciate and value everybody else's Input on that behalf. Anybody who knows why the events do not fire under VB.NET, pls help me.
by WoF
28 Nov 2017, 21:59
Forum: ExplorerTreeView 1.x
Topic: Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET
Replies: 18
Views: 38427

Explorer-TreeView in VB.NET

Hello TiKu, it's been long time we last talked. I hope you are still up and about, still feeling well and still supporting this forum. It was always nice to discuss stuff with you. After this long years, where your TreeView has worked successfully and reliably in my old project, I got a new one, whe...
by WoF
02 Nov 2007, 15:04
Forum: ExplorerTreeView 1.x
Topic: Update
Replies: 2
Views: 4685

Thanks for the prompt reply, Tiku. I shall go and get me the 1.14 then, and include it in my future updates. Although I did not have any problem yet, I consider the update because you say it has improved performance. I still have to deal with large amounts of files. Thanks for everything, man. It's ...
by WoF
31 Oct 2007, 18:47
Forum: ExplorerTreeView 1.x
Topic: Update
Replies: 2
Views: 4685

Update

Hello Tiku, it has been some time since I've been here last and I see that ExplorerTreeView 1 has upgraded to 1.14. I'm still having your 1.12 running in my app and never so far encountered any problem. What do you say? Is it recommendable to upgrade to 1.14 (or 2.xx)? Is there trouble to experience...
by WoF
31 Oct 2006, 14:38
Forum: Programming
Topic: Controlling a ListView
Replies: 6
Views: 6285

Thanks a lot, Tiku. I could work it out finally. Had to use HDN_ITEMCLICKW constant and then it worked. If you are interested I have appended my little test project. With a little mor work one could create a fully configurable file open dialog, but I just wanted to work out and refine the principle....
by WoF
30 Oct 2006, 18:09
Forum: Programming
Topic: Controlling a ListView
Replies: 6
Views: 6285

Thanks. Obviously I forgot to mention that I'm writing Visual Basic 6.0...
Is there a direct definition for the NMHEADER struct? Or could you show me how to define it in VB?
by WoF
30 Oct 2006, 17:11
Forum: Programming
Topic: Controlling a ListView
Replies: 6
Views: 6285

Hi and thank you, Tiku, for the prompt reply. I actually worked something out: Get the dialog's window position with GetWindowPlacement Set the mouse position to the column using SetCursorPos Emulate a left button click with mouse_event. That does the trick, but I consider it rather ugly, because it...