I forgot to say, I'm using the GridView view for the ListView instance to
show up columns.
Sorin Dolha, DlhSoft
"Sorin Dolha" wrote:
> I need to set the column headers of a ListView to be non-clickable (as I
> don't want to implement any sorting or anything else for the ListView on user
> clicking on the column headers).
> I tried to use GridViewColumn.HeaderTemplate elements for my columns and
> define a custom header template using TextBlock elements, as I though this
> would replace the default "button"-like textblocks added by default; but this
> doesn't work well for some reason, i.e. my style is shown on the header
> (including any settings I set up for the custom textblocks), but the headers
> are still clickable.
> It seems that the clickable behavior for the header is added by a parent
> container of the stylable column header (such as the
> GridViewHeaderRowPresenter), so this must be resolved in another way. My next
> thought then was to use a custom template for the whole ListView that will
> use the GridViewHeaderRowPresenter and ItemsPresenter in a stack panel, and
> then styling te GridViewHeaderRowPresenter somehow. But I didn't know how to
> style the GridViewHeaderRowPresenter object either to remove the button
> behavior generated for the column headers, and now I'm out of ideas.
> Can someonw guide me on this? (I acknowledge I'm not very much experienced
> with WPF, the resolution could be simple, but I didn't yet think of it!)
> Thank you in advance for any ideas.
> Sorin Dolha, DlhSoft