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C++Builder Commonly Asked Questions (Boxes)

BCBCAQ > Boxes (TComboBox, TListBox)

  Removing the selection rectangle from a combo box or list box
  Disabling a combo box or list box item
  Modifying the color of the selection rectangle in a combo box or list box
  Changing the text color of individual combo box or list box items
  Changing the background color of individual combo box or list box items
  Drawing icons or bitmaps in a combo box or list box
  Programmatically scrolling a list box
 
 
 
 

C++Builder Developer's Journal (CROSS-REF)

M. Telles, "Synchronizing two List Boxes," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 2 (3), 1998. [Public]
M. Telles, "Owner-Drawn List Boxes," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 2 (5), 1998. [Public]
K. Reisdorph, "Horizontal Scrollbars List Boxes," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 2 (9), 1998. [Public]
K. Reisdorph, "Owner-Drawn List Boxes," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 3 (7), 1999. [Public]
D. Chandler, "Creating a Flat Combo Box," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 4 (12), 2000. [Public]
D. Bridges, "Auto-Sizing a TComboBox," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 7 (1), 2003. This article is requires a subscription to the Journal.
B. Knigge, "Recent Items Combo Box," C++Builder Dev. Journal, Vol. 7 (2), 2003. This article is requires a subscription to the Journal.
 
 
 
 
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