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REPOST: plus sign on node without adding children

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Perhaps my original post wasn't clear enough, so I'll try to reword. I only
want to retrieve a node at a time for my treeview control. As the user
clickes the plus sign, I will populate child nodes. In pre-.NET, it was
easy to do. In .NET, using Visual C# 2005 EE Beta, if I don't insert a
child, the plus sign will not show. Is there a way to make this happen?

Tim
Nov 16 '05 #1
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Tim,

How did you do it before .NET? Did you send a message to the control?
If so, you can probably do the same thing by making a call to the P/Invoke
layer, calling the SendMessage API function, and passing the appropriate
handle and message.

Hope this helps.

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"Tim Wallace" <reply@this_group.com> wrote in message
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Perhaps my original post wasn't clear enough, so I'll try to reword. I
only
want to retrieve a node at a time for my treeview control. As the user
clickes the plus sign, I will populate child nodes. In pre-.NET, it was
easy to do. In .NET, using Visual C# 2005 EE Beta, if I don't insert a
child, the plus sign will not show. Is there a way to make this happen?

Tim

Nov 16 '05 #2

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Tim Wallace wrote:
Perhaps my original post wasn't clear enough, so I'll try to reword. I only
want to retrieve a node at a time for my treeview control. As the user
clickes the plus sign, I will populate child nodes. In pre-.NET, it was
easy to do. In .NET, using Visual C# 2005 EE Beta, if I don't insert a
child, the plus sign will not show. Is there a way to make this happen?

Tim

search www.codeproject.com for a solution.
Nov 16 '05 #3

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