You can display the SuperToolTip for disabled controls when mouse over on it. For the disabled controls, mouse pointer notification and events related to that are not triggered. This requirement can be achieved by handling its ParentForm mousemove event and GetChildAtPoint function.
Purpose of GetChildAtPoint:
This function retrieves the child control that is located at the specified coordinates.
So, when the cursor points over a specified control, the SuperToolTip can be displayed.
Refer to the following code examples.
Figure 1:SuperToolTip shows on disabled control.
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