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TabHost ThemesEnabled

Hi, I have a MDI application that manage my forms with a TabbedMDIManager. I'd like to Enable/Disable XP Themes for the application and also the tabs, like the TabControlHost does. Is it using MDITabPanel? Do you have a sample? Sebastien

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SL Sebastien Lange November 29, 2002 08:52 AM

I tried the following, but I still have the same look&feel. (I have XP of course). public class MyTabbedMDIManager : TabbedMDIManager { // The base class creates a new instance of the MDITabPanel class. protected override MDITabPanel CreateMDITabPanel() { MDITabPanel tab = new MDITabPanel(this); tab.ThemesEnabled = true; return tab; } // Method gets called to initialize a tab control after it gets created. protected override void InitMDITabPanel(MDITabPanel tabPanel) { base.InitMDITabPanel(tabPanel); // Go ahead and set some properties on the tab control. tabPanel.ThemesEnabled = true; } }


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team December 2, 2002 08:29 AM

Sebastien, Also change the tab's TabStyle property as follows: this.tabControlExt1.TabStyle = typeof(Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Tools.TabRenderer3D); Only the 3D style supports themes. Regards, Praveen Ramesh


NV Nik Vale December 2, 2002 03:23 PM

Praveen, It seems the only way to achieved themed MDI tabs is to either derive a class from TabbedMDIManager, or change the original class... Why doesn't the TabbedMDIManager have a ThemesEnabled property? Is this going to supported in the next release? Nik.


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team December 3, 2002 01:57 PM

Nik, I will make this a feature request for our next minor release. It should be pretty easy to include this feature. -Praveen

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