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AutomaticOutlining

Hi, has someone been successfull using AutomaticOutlining ? shouldn''t we just use something like "editControl1.StartAutomaticOutlining();" after setting the SettingFile ? TIA Luis Azedo

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team July 28, 2004 07:30 PM

Hi Luis, The current implementation of Essential Edit does not support WordWrap. If you want to specify say a column at which EssentialEdit should wrap, a quick implementation would be to handle the key_press event, and check which column you are on. To wrap on say, column 50, you could do something as shown in the following code snippet: private void editControl1_KeyPress(object sender, System.Windows.Forms.KeyPressEventArgs e) { if(editControl1.CurrentColumn + 1 > 50) { if(editControl1.CurrentLine + 1 > editControl1.LineCount) { editControl1.Insert(""); } else { editControl1.CurrentColumn = 1; editControl1.CurrentLine = editControl1.CurrentLine + 1; } } } We are currently doing a lot of work on Essential Edit and the newer version will support this feature along with several other enhancements. We will update the forums about the newer version as soon as more information becomes available. Regards Arun


LA Luis Azedo July 29, 2004 03:33 AM

Hi Arun, thanks for the reply, however the question i posted was about AutomaticOutlining (track back to Jul/2003). what i''m really trying to see is the editor colapsing/expanding like vs editor does with methods and regions on c#, because i saw a sample picture in the step-by-step guide showing this but the samples don''t show it, and there''s no documentation or HOWTO or KB about this functionality. can you help me ? TIA Luis Azedo >Hi Luis, > >The current implementation of Essential Edit does not support WordWrap. > >If you want to specify say a column at which EssentialEdit should wrap, a quick implementation would be to handle the key_press event, and check which column you are on. To wrap on say, column 50, you could do something as shown in the following code snippet: > >private void editControl1_KeyPress(object sender, System.Windows.Forms.KeyPressEventArgs e) >{ >if(editControl1.CurrentColumn + 1 > 50) >{ >if(editControl1.CurrentLine + 1 > editControl1.LineCount) >{ >editControl1.Insert(""); >} >else >{ >editControl1.CurrentColumn = 1; >editControl1.CurrentLine = editControl1.CurrentLine + 1; >} >} >} > > >We are currently doing a lot of work on Essential Edit and the newer version will support this feature along with several other enhancements. > >We will update the forums about the newer version as soon as more information becomes available. > >Regards >Arun >


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team August 9, 2004 11:54 AM

Hi Luis, This feature is not supported in the current version. We are working on a newer version of Essential Edit and it will include Outlining support among other features. Sorry for the inconvenience. Regards Arun


SB Sam Beckwith August 11, 2004 09:37 AM

Your website says that Essential Edit supports Outlining (Collapse/Expand), but you''re telling me that it doesn''t?! http://www.syncfusion.com/products/edit/features/edit_feat_8.aspx That''s false advertisement. I bought this component because Outlining was advertised as a SUPPORTED feature! What other advertised "features" are not actually in this component? And why is it taking so long to fix the MASSIVE slowdowns associated with large files?! Is there going to be an update for this component by the 18th that will address the missing feature and slowness of "large" files?! If not, I want my money back.


DJ Daniel Jebaraj Syncfusion Team August 11, 2004 12:37 PM

Hi Sam, We do support outlining in Essential Edit. Automatic Outlining is the feature that is not currently supported. We have a new version of Essential Edit currently in internal beta testing(We will contact you with actual availability dates by Monday) that supports Automatic Outlining and also fixes some of the problems reported with very large files. Sorry for the inconvenience. Thank you for using Syncfusion Essential Edit. Best regards, Daniel


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team August 11, 2004 01:11 PM

Hi Luis, Sam As per Daniel''s update, Essential Edit currently does not support WordWrap/Automatic Outlining. Here is a sample demonstrating Manual Outlining. Run the sample and choose the lines that you want to collapse and then right click and right click and choose "Outlining -> Hide Selection". You can now expand/collapse these lines. Regards Arun


SB Sam Beckwith August 17, 2004 10:32 AM

I was contacted by Syncfusion staff on 08-11-2004, and was informed that they would have an answer for me by 08-16-2004, but Syncfusion never contacted me after the 11th. Outlining in the Syncfusion Edit control is apparently deficient. At this time, I have seen no way to programatically outline a document.. my USERS shouldn''t have to MANUALLY outline their documents themselves. I will wait until 08-18-2004 (midnight tonight) for a suitable resolution.


DJ Daniel Jebaraj Syncfusion Team August 17, 2004 05:14 PM

Hi Sam, I apolgize that we were unable to get back by yesterday. We are working on getting an initial beta version to you. The new version of the control supports automatic outlining and is extremely fast. It can open a 10 MB file almost instantaneously. We should have an update for you by tommorow. Someone will contact you in the morning tomorrow with details. Best regards, Daniel Jebaraj Syncfusion, Inc


LA Luis Azedo August 26, 2004 06:07 AM

Hi, do we have a BETA ? TIA


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team August 26, 2004 08:57 AM

Hi Luis, We have a preview version of the new Essential Edit along with a sample which demonstrates Automatic outlining. Kindly open a support incident using Direct-Trac and I will post download instructions. Regards Arun

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