imagelistview - A .NET listview control for image files with asynchronously loaded thumbnails.

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ImageListView is a .NET control for displaying a list of image files. It looks and operates similar to the standard ListView control. Image thumbnails are loaded asynchronously with a separate background thread. ImageListView requires .NET framework 3.5 to take advantage of the Windows Imaging Component. It is possible to recompile ImageListView to target .NET 2.0 without Windows Imaging Component.

https://github.com/oozcitak/imagelistview

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