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Standard Windows dialogs

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88936 Aug 14,2009 02:28 PM Aug 18,2009 01:30 AM Windows Forms 1
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Administrator [Syncfusion]
Asked On August 14, 2009 02:28 PM

Just wondering if you thought about including the dialogs that mimic the behavior of the standard Windows dialogs into your library? We have partially reimplemented them in our projects, but I'm sure the whole community would benefit from having such dialogs in your library.

Here's the link to the "Dialog boxes" section of the Windows UX Design Guidelines:

I think it would be great if we could use the API similar to that:
var dlgInfo = new DialogInfo
Style = Buttons,
Caption = "Internet Security - Security Warning",
MainInstruction = "Do you want to run this software?",
Icon = Resources.QuestionIcon,
Text = "Name: Windows Live Messenger..",
MoreOptions = new MoreOptionsInfo
Icon = Icons.Shield,
Text = "While files from the Internet... blah-blah"
Choices = new[] { "Run", "Don't run" }

var dlgResult = DialogUtils.Show(dlgInfo);
if (dlgResult.Choice == "Run") { ... }

End result: http://i.msdn.microsoft.com/Aa511268.Dialogs01(en-us,MSDN.10).png

What do you guys think about it?



Balavasanth [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 18, 2009 01:30 AM

Hi Andrew,

Thanks for your interests in Syncfusion products.

We really thank you for bringing this valuable feature to our attention. We have logged a feature request on this requirement. Our developers will add it to our library at the appropriate time depending on our system design and code compatibility requirements. This feature will be available in our future releases. We really appreciate your patience.

Please let us know if you have any queries.



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