first: i couldnt find LV_OWNERDATA in my inc files where is it
second: is win95 limited in listview styles?
third: does IE Explorer update the comctl32 of my system. What does IE Explorer have to do with a listview?
The whole thing is for creating a database spreadsheet from the low level. ( the whole thing is still a hole...)
Posted on 2001-11-24 21:38:35 by Confusius
first: you shurely mean LVS_OWNERDATA (since Version 4.70 of comctl32.dll)
second: not Win95, but several versions of the comctl32.dll
third: IE needs mostly the ReBar control for the nice (nice?) toolbar with background gfx.

You can also take a look at, there is a dll resource
center, which tells you, which versions of dlls are shipped with
which products.
Posted on 2001-11-26 05:53:32 by beaster
What does IE have to do with comctl32? Heh, it's IE's fault that this
DLL is shipped with windows =). I still think it's sorta queer they
call it the "common" controls... oh well. PlatformSDK has a listing
of which features are in which versions, and which IE version you
need to get the correct comctl32 DLL. Might be the same information
at the resource center at M$.
Posted on 2001-11-26 06:27:44 by f0dder
thanks for your support
but there is still the inc (and/or lib file) missing for LVS_OWNERDATA. I found a header file where LVS_OWNERDATA is #defined as 0x1000. I will just try LVS_OWNERDATA equ 1000h and go but since it has to do with memory mapping the result is hard to recognize. Can someone prevent me inventing the wheel?

(what a shame for an assembler to complain about inventing the wheel )
Posted on 2001-11-26 22:10:54 by Confusius
"LVS_OWNERDATA equ 1000h" worked fine
thanks and sorry
Posted on 2001-11-28 23:14:11 by Confusius