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How do I customize the controls on the Configuration Editor dialog ?

 

You could selectively show or hide the TabPages and rename the Buttons on the Configuration Editor dialog as shown in the method below.

C#

private frmConfigDialog CustomizeConfigDialog (frmConfigDialog form)

{

foreach (Control ctrl in form.Controls)

{

if (ctrl is Button)

{

Button btn = (Button) ctrl;

if (btn.Text == "&OK")

btn.Text = "&Apply";

}

// Get the TabControl in the ConfigDialog form

else if (ctrl is TabControl)

{

TabControl tabControl = (TabControl) ctrl;

TabPage formatsPage = null;

// Get the Formats TabPage

foreach (TabPage page in tabControl.TabPages)

{

if (page.Text == "Formats")

formatsPage = page;

}

// Clear all TabPages in the TabControl

tabControl.TabPages.Clear();

// Add only the Formats TabPage

tabControl.TabPages.Add(formatsPage);

}

}

return (frmConfigDialog) form;

}

VB

Private Function CustomizeConfigDialog(form As frmConfigDialog) As frmConfigDialog

Dim ctrl As Control

For Each ctrl In form.Controls

If TypeOf ctrl Is Button Then

Dim btn As Button = CType(ctrl, Button)

If btn.Text = "&OK" Then

btn.Text = "&Apply"

End If

' Get the TabControl in the ConfigDialog form

ElseIf TypeOf ctrl Is TabControl Then

Dim tabControl As TabControl = CType(ctrl, TabControl)

Dim formatsPage As TabPage = Nothing

' Get the Formats TabPage

Dim page As TabPage

For Each page In tabControl.TabPages

If page.Text = "Formats" Then

formatsPage = page

End If

Next page ' Clear all TabPages in the TabControl

tabControl.TabPages.Clear()

' Add only the Formats TabPage

tabControl.TabPages.Add(formatsPage)

End If

Next ctrl

Return CType(form, frmConfigDialog)

End Function 'CustomizeConfigDialog

Please refer to the test sample attached below that illustrates this.

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
359 04/30/2011 07/10/2014 WinForms EditControl
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