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    MFC: Invisible Scroll

    Dear experts,

    I have a ListBox. I would like to show line numbers of all items in it. I am thinking of adding another Listbox containing only numbers and synchronize it with the main ListBox. But is there a way not to show any scroll in the additional ListBox, and still make its contents move synchronously with the main ListBox's scroll? Thanks.

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    Re: MFC: Invisible Scroll

    You will be better off with a two-column list view control.
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    Re: MFC: Invisible Scroll

    No, I tried CListCtrl. First of all, it has string length limitation of max 260 characters. Also, as I have long strings, when I scrolled to the right, the numbers on the left where not seen.

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    Re: MFC: Invisible Scroll

    If you just want to hide the scroll bar, call CWnds function ShowScrollBar().
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    Re: MFC: Invisible Scroll

    Quote Originally Posted by VladimirF View Post
    If you just want to hide the scroll bar, call CWnds function ShowScrollBar().
    Thank you for your answer. But because of some reason, I still see both vertical and horizontal scrollbars after I added this:
    m_lstOldData.ShowScrollBar(SB_VERT, FALSE);

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