Re: Flickering in list control

"AliR \(VC++ MVP\)" <AliR@online.nospam>
Thu, 29 Nov 2007 16:11:21 GMT
Put the OnEraseBkGnd() back the way it was and put
m_ListCtrl.SetRedraw(FALSE), m_ListCtrl.SetRedraw(TRUE) around your updating
code. This will significantly reduce the flicker (though it will not
eliminate it)



   for (int i = 0; i < 100;i++)
      m_List.InsertItem(0,_T("This is a test with longer string"));


"radha krishnan" <> wrote in message

Hai friends
                         i create a view derived from CListView.
In that list view i add the items like in list control .
Here if i update the items with rate of 10 milliseconds then i getting
If i disable the OnEraseBkGrd () and return always TRUE then the
flicker problem get solved but when i shake the window then the
current window background getting damaged by some other background and
it is never getting erased.

how can i overwrite this problem

thanks in advance


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