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ListView SubItem Selection

ListView SubItem Selection

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Hi

I have a listview that has 3 columns : date , trainer 1 and trainer 2. The grid is populated with a date always in the caption and then maybe some text in trainer 1 or trainer 2 sub item fields.

Suppose I have a grid that looks like :
Date Trainer 1 Trainer 2
05/08/2013 Lee Smith John Smith
06/08/2013 Lee Smith Trevor Smith

So here we have 2 data rows , I know that if I click on the first data row I can have Listview->Selected return me which row is selected. I want to be able to click on Lee Smith in row 1 and know that I have selected the first Sub Item as well as row 1, i.e. Row 1 Column 2 . How do I do that ? I can't see an event that tells me anything about which Column I am selecting/clicking. Obviously the columnclick event is for the column title whereas I want to click an actual cell.

Any help appreciated , thanks

Regards

Graham

Hope this helps!

Regards

BuilderSpec

RE: ListView SubItem Selection

I've seen a cell[x][y] component somewhere but I don't remember where. I'll look for it when I get a chance.

James P. Cottingham
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