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DomainUpDownExt in commandbar/toolbar

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20342 Oct 14,2004 10:20 AM Oct 21,2004 01:21 PM Windows Forms 2
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Stefan Lundberg
Asked On October 14, 2004 10:20 AM

Hi! How can I host the DomainUpDown in a commandbar (or toolbar). It''s possible to put it in a commandbar but there is no border drawn for the control. I don''t know if this is considered correct but it looks very ugly when the control is disabled (disabled state is needed for us). Since no border is drawn everything is just gray. Using the detached commandbar sometimes gives the border and sometimes not... Seems to depend on how much you drag/dock the commandbar. Please advice how we can get the border shown. Regards Stefan

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 17, 2004 11:57 AM

Some more info after testing around, I find that if I specify SunkenInner for Border3DStyle it actually works better but I find this a bit strange. Why does SunkenInner works while Sunken doesn''t... Anyway it''s a workaround for me but please clarify on the found behaviour. Regards Stefan

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Replied On October 21, 2004 01:21 PM

Hi Stefan, Please refer to the test sample attached here. Both the DomainUpDownExts - on the CommandBar and on the Form, have Sunken Border3DStyle and they look similar. Let me know if you can see the above mentioned issue in this sample. If possible, kindly modify this sample and send it back to us so that we could further investigate this issue here. Also, let me know the version of Essential Tools that you are using. We appreciate your cooperation. Regards, Guru Patwal Syncfusion, Inc.

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