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Using custom controls in HtmlUIControl.

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25759 Mar 7,2005 04:17 AM Mar 8,2005 09:21 AM Windows Forms 1
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Paddy
Asked On March 7, 2005 04:17 AM

Hello Davis, We’ve been trying to use the CustomControlBase class in order to make our own custom control appear in place of some existing mark-up but have not met with much success. We want the user to be able to edit some data in a table. Ideally, the user clicks on the cell they want to edit, our control appears, they edit and we make the control disappear. When we make the control disappear, the data in the cell becomes permanently displaced, resizing the HtmlUIControl does not help. Could you tell us if what we are trying to do is possible? If you need more detail on this matter please don’t hesitate to ask. Thanks for your time, Paddy.

Davis Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On March 8, 2005 09:21 AM

Hi Paddy, Sorry for the delay in responding. I am trying to reproduce the problem. Are you handling the Click event of the cell in the table to dynamically replace the contents of the cell with markup for the custom control? At what point (event?) are you hiding the custom control and replacing it with the cell text? Could you please post the code snippet or upload/email it to me davisj at syncfusion . com Thanks, Davis

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