ListView and TreeView Controls

Controls derived from SysTreeView32 and SysListView32 are supported using the following methods.

ListView

Method Description

GetListItemCount

Return the number of items in the List

GetListItemLocation

Return the location coordinates of the item with the given index number

GetListItemText

Return the test of the item for the given index and column

GetListItemPointFromName

Return the location of the item with the given name and column

EnsureVisibleListItem

Scroll the list view to ensure the item given by an index number is visible

SelectListItem

Set the item given by the index number to the selected state

TreeView

Method Description

GetTreeViewItemCount

Return the number of visible items in the Tree

GetTreeItemLocation

Return the location coordinates of the item with the given name

GetTreeItemRectange

Return the rectangle enclosing the item

ExpandTreeItem

Return the location of the item

EnsureVisibleTreeItem

Scroll the list view to ensure the item is visible

SelectTreeItem

Set the item to the selected state

GetTreeItemText

Get the text of the item for the given index number

Example

This example shows a method for finding desktop Icon and double clicking it.  The Windows desktop is a SysListView32 control.

public void LaunchDesktopItem(string name)

{

Control desktop = FindTopWindow("Program Manager");

Control listview = desktop.FindControl("FolderView");

for (int i = 0; i < listview.GetListItemCount(); i++)

{

if (listview.GetListItemText(i, 0).Equals(name))

{

Mouse.DoubleLeftClick(listview.GetListItemLocation(i));

return;

}

}

ExitVU("Failed to find desktop item: " + name, false);

}

 

This topic was last updated on June 21, 2019, at 02:49:50 PM.

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