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display problems in CListBox control

display problems in CListBox control

display problems in CListBox control

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*Sometimes* (it isn't an all the time problem) a List Control will just not redraw.  You can minimize a dialog that contains a List Control and when you maximize the dialog the control just is gone until you do something to force a repaint of portions of the control (such as clicking on one of the invisible items).  Or you can place another window over part of the control and when you remove the window the portion of the control that was covered does not redraw.

Does anyone have any idea, why this is happening?

RE: display problems in CListBox control

Try calling a form refresh, has always redrawn evrything correctly. do so on the Form_Repaint event, so anytime your form is repainted, it will call for a form refresh too

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