Listbox border size different to Tree View?

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    Listbox border size different to Tree View?

    Hello,

    I've just noticed in my program, where I have a Tree View and a Listbox directly beneath it, that even though they are numerically the same width, the Listbox appears to be a wee bit smaller than the Tree View. I think I could only attribute this to a difference in border sizes, but that seems a bit silly, as both were created with the (supposedly) same type of border, WS_EX_CLIENTEDGE. Does the Tree View have its own special thinner border, larger-than-normal client area, etc.?

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    Hmm, think I've answered my own question

    I don't think a Tree View needs WS_EX_CLIENTEDGE...

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    Ahhhh, figured it out. For reference, then...

    Never underestimate the power of WS_BORDER.

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