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Subject: RE: they keep coming back don't they
Thread ID: 15909 Message ID: 15913 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Unknown Category: General VFP Topics
Date: Thursday, October 03, 2002 4:57:20 PM         
   


Boudewijn

To add images to the treeview you need to drop an ImageList control onto the form. Then in the form Init add

Thisform.oTree.ImageList = Thisform.oImageList.Object

Adding images to the image list control is simple. Bring up the properties, go to the image tab and add away.
When adding nodes into the tree, one of the parameters is an index to an image in the image list control.

The only thing I have seen to change the backcolour of a node was a fairly complex VB program on MSDN. Uses lots of API's that may or may not work OK in VFP. I can't seem to connect to MS this afternoon so I can't track down the article. Try searching in the VB section using 'treeview' as a keyword. So the short answer is .....maybe :)

HTH
Paul

> OK, so if you read this message you are at least interested in what the content is. (gna gna)
> Those treeview Q's keep coming back.
>
> I have two myself.
> Is it possible to make the different items in a treeview a different color or eventual bold/ not bold.
> What I would like to do, if possible of course, is to make the items in the root bold and the selected item under that a different color from black (dark-Blue seems like a good color, or red maybe).
>
> If this is possible I would like to know.
>
> Oh, and this Q is just about: Is it possible? NOT, what color is appropriate.
>
> The other Q is. How do I get a picture in my treeview.
>
> Boudewijn.Lutgerink@Foxite.com
> www.foxite.com - EFFORT is too often seen as PRODUCTIVITY. Therefore programming jobs are too often experienced as sword-dancing in a hot fire.


ENTIRE THREAD

they keep coming back don't they Posted by Boudewijn Lutgerink @ 10/3/2002 3:56:44 PM
RE: they keep coming back don't they Posted by Paul Brown @ 10/3/2002 4:57:20 PM
RE: they keep coming back don't they Posted by Simon Arnold @ 10/3/2002 9:38:42 PM
RE: they keep coming back don't they Posted by Boudewijn Lutgerink @ 10/4/2002 5:54:48 AM
RE: they keep coming back don't they Posted by Boudewijn Lutgerink @ 10/4/2002 5:56:58 AM
RE: they keep coming back don't they Posted by liew wai foong @ 10/4/2002 6:23:10 AM
RE: they keep coming back don't they Posted by Boudewijn Lutgerink @ 10/4/2002 7:44:51 AM
RE: they keep coming back don't they Posted by Simon Arnold @ 10/4/2002 8:42:26 AM
RE: they keep coming back don't they Posted by Paul Brown @ 10/4/2002 11:18:13 AM