The WinForms radial menu control, also known as circular context menu, comes with a rich UI inspired by OneNote, an alternate option for menus and toolbars that provides fast access to frequently used commands using either touch or mouse controls.
The radial menu can be integrated into a Windows Forms application, providing easy access to end-users.
Users can group commands and define menu items at multiple levels, starting from the main menu, based on their relevance. For example, users can group edit commands like “Edit” on top, and “Cut,” “Copy,” and “Paste” at the next level.
Provides a pointer to move over the built-in numeric slider, thereby allowing users to customize values such as font size. The minimum and maximum range of the number slider can be customized.
Provides a built-in font listbox, thereby allowing users to change font names dynamically. Each font list item’s height can be customized.
Provides a built-in color palette for end users to choose color dynamically. The color in the color palette can be also customized based on user convenience.
The control displays a hierarchy of menu items in a circular layout with a seamless navigation experience. Navigation buttons are provided at the outer arc to drill in and at the center button to drill out. End users can easily move around different levels using touch options.
The WinForms radial menu control ships with Office 2016 themes. These include colorful, white, black, and dark grey options along with native themes similar to OneNote.
Customize the appearance of the control to any extent programmatically.
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