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Hey guys!
I'm making an app that allows user to select some files. But, I want it to be made inside the app, without the need of a 'OpenFileDialog' or so.

My first thought was a ListView control, but I really don't know how to use it or even how to make it get that from file system.

Then I thought on a ListBox, but it seems to have so few features...

There is a way to make an 'explorer-like' file browser inside the app? It doesn't need to contain all the explorer features, just an details view (the one that looks like a list, but with columns) and a icons view (similar to windows XP).

thanks in advance!

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Last Post by RenanLazarotto
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You can use the DriveListBox and the DirListBox

*oops, thinking VB6

Edited by Ranx: n/a

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use tree view and list view.

I just don't know how :P how do I make a listview get the data from the file system?

@Ranx
Thats okay (;

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sorry but i'm in my office right now, but i found this project on net..
see if this help..

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sorry but i'm in my office right now, but i found this project on net..
see if this help..

which project? :O

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Check out this link.

Pretty nice code, but I don't get almost anything from it and I'm not on the mood to do it right now, my college is killing me. I'll check this code with more calm later.

Thanks!

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sorry for missing the file..my bad..
i still posting to you even this thread already solved :)
Good luck with your project.

Yeah, I've marked as solved since I don't want to keep up with this right now. I'm not sure if this will even work here, it has been build for VS2005 and I use 2010 :S I'll try it, though. Thanks!

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