Up another PowerShell Tree

A few weeks ago I posted a PowerShell script that created a directory tree, like the TREE command from the CMD shell. Then while testing something new in PrimalForms, I realized I had a literal form object, a tree view, that I could use. So I put together a short script that creates a graphical tree for a given directory, along with the file counts and sizes from my original scripts. As a bonus, because I now had a graphical interface I could do things such as display empty folders in a different color. The script not only gives you a handy tool but also serves as a demonstration on how to use a TreeView control.
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