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    forecolor of the listview checkbox

    I am trying to change forecolor of the checkbox in the ListView report with enabled checkboxes.
    But forecolor setting only refers to the text inside the listview cell.
    Does anyone have any "easy" method to accomplish this ?

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    Ilija

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    Re: forecolor of the listview checkbox

    I think you will only be able to do it by subclassing the listview, which won't be easy.

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    Re: forecolor of the listview checkbox

    I was thinking that it could be the only way to accomplish this (by doing subclassing).
    But I am doing a rather big project here and I wouldn't like to have a subclassing just to prettify my app.

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    Re: forecolor of the listview checkbox

    Quote Originally Posted by makice View Post
    I was thinking that it could be the only way to accomplish this (by doing subclassing).
    But I am doing a rather big project here and I wouldn't like to have a subclassing just to prettify my app.
    Then check those third party control that provides fancy ListViews.
    Check VBAccelerator too: http://www.vbaccelerator.com/

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