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How to create tray for controls?

Postby Thorn » Thu, 18 Aug 2005 00:42:42 GMT

Hi, people! I need very little help, please.
I create my own form designer. Property editor works, form editor too.
BUT I don't know how to create and where to add component tray to put
there non-visual components.
Thank you for any help!


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for changes (among other things).  One of the monitored controls is a new
textbox that adds functionality to the standard textbox, and includes a
variable that points to the monitoring tray control... it works just like
the imagelist that is attached to any control that supports imagelists, such
as a treeview or listview.  Everything is working the way I would like at
this point -- Custom event handling, reading/writing properties, etc.

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collection of all the controls that are attached to (are using) a certain
imagelist.

I haven't found a way to do this using the tray control object.  One thing
that I considered was iterating through the form's controls and checking for
the tray control property, but this seems like a slow and undesirable
solution.

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