Subclass the list control and handle OnChar, don't call the superclass, program it to do
whatever you want it to do.
On Wed, 1 Oct 2008 23:47:17 -0400, "Alec S." <@> wrote:
>When you press a key in a list control, it jumps to the next item whose
>first-column text begins with that key. I am looking for a way to change that,
>so that pressing a key jumps to an item based on a different column. I don't
>mean just reordering the columns, so that the first column appears in a
>different position, but actually using a different column.
>I looked around for an answer, but only found a couple of others who /asked/
>this (and did not get responses). :(
>Is it even possible? I could swear that I have seen it, or read of a way to do
>(On this topic, does anyone know the official term for it?)
Joseph M. Newcomer [MVP]
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