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    CListCtrl and LVN_ITEMACTIVATE

    Does anyone know how to make use of the LVN_ITEMACTIVATE notification?

    I've tried several ways: The notification is neither sent to the OnChildNotify() message
    handler nor to an explicitely defined message handler like this
    ON_NOTIFY(LVN_ITEMACTIVATE, IDC_LISTCTRL, OnItemActivateListCtrl).

    Currently I'm catching NM_CLICK and NM_RCLICK notifications. This works ok for
    mouse clicks; however I can't handle keyboard inputs since LVN_KEYDOWN messages
    are sent to me BEFORE the item changes.

    Maybe you have another idea how to catch a change of the currently selected list control item.

    I'm a little confused because the LVN_ITEMACTIVATE message is written in the documentation
    but seems not to be sent. A little strange, I think...

    Thanx for help,
    Torsten


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    Re: CListCtrl and LVN_ITEMACTIVATE

    Also interested in the answer to this post (even 13 yrs later!). Bump!

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    Re: CListCtrl and LVN_ITEMACTIVATE

    Try LVN_ITEMCHANGED or LVN_ITEMCHANGING instead.

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    Re: CListCtrl and LVN_ITEMACTIVATE

    Quote Originally Posted by David Carr View Post
    Also interested in the answer to this post (even 13 yrs later!). Bump!
    And why do you need to handle this notification?

    BTW, AFAIK this notification is sent only if LVS_EX_ONECLICKACTIVATE style was set.
    Victor Nijegorodov

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