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    Replied to the thread PROGBAR doesn't change colors.

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    Quote from LexaGb: “Hello, to remove the progress value from the bar just call this with the empty string value: PROGBAR_SetText(hProg, ""). Alex. ” worked! thanks :)
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    Replied to the thread PROGBAR doesn't change colors.

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    Quote from SEGGER - Schoenen: “Another way to change the look of the widgets is to overwrite their callback function or set a skinning/owner-draw function (if available). ” I have trobubles setting those settings. I do not manage to edit a progress…
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    Replied to the thread LISTVIEW - different styles.

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    I've found a work around. I've created 3 columns in my listView, and played with the content placing negative, so I could move it to the left, outside the defined column width. should be a nice feature, to define a style class on a listview row :)
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    Replied to the thread LISTVIEW - different styles.

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    Hi, The parameter values are updated every second .. so the left side (parameter name, text) is still the same, but the value (right side) can be different.. So I need a system in the paint, where I can check in my one column, where is my parameter…
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    Replied to the thread LISTVIEW - different styles.

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    Hi Alex, Thanks for the support in my issue. The window I want to create got 2 different Row styles, each 2 columns but with different content. As you can see one row style got left small icon and right a text. Depending on the amount of "warnings" or…
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    Replied to the thread STM32F7XX.

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    We had indeed a duplicate :) Case closed :)
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    Posted the thread LISTVIEW - different styles.

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    Would it be possible to have, in a listview, 2 different styles on the rows? I mean, one row with an icon and text -> different column width definitions and the other row with other column definitions? See attachment for a better view of what I mean :)