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||Posted - 12 Apr 2014 : 17:44:23
While I'm at it, I have one other request regarding the treeview.
I'm still getting that strange bug where the tree background turns partially grey. You said you weren't able to reproduce the problem. I understand.
Could I ask a favor for the next update? Could you change the default background color of the treeview control from grey to white? That should resolve the problem for me. That would eliminate any grey bleeding through. I'd appreciate that.
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||Posted - 14 Apr 2014 : 11:17:51
Thanks for the rely Davide. But why is there any grey at all to begin with?
Try this simple experiment. On a new form drag-n-drop both treeview controls from the toolbox.
-the Microsoft Common Controls version
-your Hexagora ucTreeview
The Microsoft control appears as a white box like this
(inside of a white box)
Your control appears as a grey box
What I'm suggesting is, couldn't you simply change your grey background to a white background?
As for reproducing the problem, it is intermittent. My usage is a bit intense with about 300 nested nodes and lots of icons. So it might be a memory issue, I'm not sure.
Thanks so much
||Posted - 13 Apr 2014 : 23:32:26
I cannot :-( because the treeview is a Windows control and changes its background using Windows messages that my control catches...
Please, try to figure out how to reproduce the problem and let me know