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disable effect of Application.EnableVisualStyles

I have a windows forms application, it does not use visual styles, (i dont
want to use them) but the ListView (as example) uses the colored scrollbars
that the current windows xp theme is using, i want to avoid that to happen,
what or where should i look?
Thanks for the help!
May 29 '06 #1
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