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how to CListCtrl.SetItemPosition (MFC) a ListView (C#)

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Hi everyone !

I would like to set an ListViewItem at a special position, into a ListView.
There is Bounds, but it's a propertie, that can be only get !
(i could to that in MFC with CListCtrl.SetItemPosition(...))

thanks
Nov 16 '05 #1
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Hi,

You can use listView.Items.Insert (...) method to insert an item to the
specific position into ListView

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Hi everyone !

I would like to set an ListViewItem at a special position, into a
ListView.
There is Bounds, but it's a propertie, that can be only get !
(i could to that in MFC with CListCtrl.SetItemPosition(...))

thanks

Nov 16 '05 #2

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Peter Jausovec wrote:
Hi,

You can use listView.Items.Insert (...) method to insert an item to the
specific position into ListView


i would like to place the item at a special coordinates, not at a
special index.

like:

MFC: BOOL CListCtrl::SetItemPosition(int nItem, POINT pt);
Nov 16 '05 #3

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