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Show Only Custom Properties in a Property Grid

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38609 Dec 15,2005 09:54 AM Dec 19,2005 03:23 PM Windows Forms 1
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Asked On December 15, 2005 09:54 AM

Hi, I went through one of the samples which was provided to show only some of the properties of a CustomSymbol. I did the same for my CustomSymbol and it worked well. I have a query in the DiagramBuilder sample w.r.t the same. In DiagramBuilder If I want to show some of the Custom properties of the DiagramForm, for example "Diagram Form Name" in the PropertyGrid and If i don;t want to show the Model Properties which is shown right now in the sample, how will i do it ? In my application, I have a TabControl which can have many TabPages. These TabPages will have several custom properties and I wanted to display those in the PropertyGrid and don''t want to display the properties defaultly shown like "LineRouting", "LogicalUnits" etc. Please let me know. Regards, Vinod

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Replied On December 19, 2005 03:23 PM

Hi Vinod, The Essential Diagram PropertyEditor is a very thin wrapper around the Windows Froms PropertyGrid control, and is wired to the diagram''s events to automatically display the properties for the selected diagram object. If you do not care about the diagram node properties, and simply want to display the properties of the other components in your application, why not just use the standard PropertyGrid control? All that you have to do is set the PropertyGrid''s SelectedObject property to refer to the component whose properties you want to display. This would be the straight-forward and easiest way to go about this. Prakash Surendra Syncfusion Inc.,

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