I have a ListView with a list of images.
The images show sequentially starting with the image clicked (images above
this one do not show).
This is all fine.
However, if I click a image near the top then shift-click an image several
rows below, the _ItemClick event fires for each row within the selection. I
never realized this happened until now so I can see now why some old apps I
wrote are slow.
Unfortuantely this renders each image multiple times and is really sloooow.
Is there a best way to avoid or short circuit the _ItemClick from firing for
all the rows in a shift-click scenario. It is not refiring from within the
event so I cannot set a flag in there to exit.
I need to look at ctrl-click now too.
I see several possibilities for a solution that I have not yet coded but was
wondering is here was some sendmessage or something that is more to the point.
(1) can I capture mouse down (if it occurs before _ItemClick) and flag if
shift is true?
(2) maybe do something with the
ByVal item As MSComctlLib.ListItem
in the _ItemClick line