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Class derived from ListView control doesn't display in design mode

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Hello. In VB .NET I have a class derived from ListView like this:

Public Class ListViewSorted
Inherits System.Windows.Forms.ListView

'code to make this ListViewSorted class sortable...

End Class

(this class belongs in a project of type component class)

But this class doesn't display anything on in design mode.
I supposed it would display like a ListView, since it derives from it and no
other "look" has been defined for it.

What is needed from this class is:
1) To provide the same "look" at design time as its base class ListView.
2) To appear on the Toolbox so it can be added to any form in other
projects, just like the ListView control.

How can I accomplish that?

Thanks in advance,

Jul 21 '05 #1
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