List box slider moving downwards

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    List box slider moving downwards

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    I update a List Box control with many elements ( LB_ADDSTRING ). The slider box of the vertical scrollbar remains always on top. Is there any way to be always in the bottom in order to follow the new inserted data ? Also is there any limit for how many items a list box can accept ?

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    >>Is there any way to be always in the bottom in order to follow the new inserted data ?<<

    LB_SETCURSEL.

    >>Also is there any limit for how many items a list box can accept ?<<

    Not sure but probably huge. If you have a lot of items to add then LB_INITSTORAGE may be of interest.

    For more information checkout out msdn: listboxes.
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