EditorAttribute for Style Editor

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  1. Tim Pacl

    Tim Pacl Guest

    I am building a Custom Placeholder control for MCMS 2002
    which gives a translucent background to the control. I
    want to add a "Style" property and use the standard style
    editor which is available in numerous other server
    controls.

    What is the editor used for the style collection? I tried
    System.ComponentModel.Design.CollectionEditor but, of
    course, that isn't it. I have searched the internet and
    MSDN in vain for two days. Lots of info on building
    custom editors but nothing to point me to the existing
    style editor.

    Any help is appreciated.
     
    Tim Pacl, Jul 11, 2003
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  2. Hi Tim,

    Do you mean the editing of the Style property available for
    HtmlControl-derived controls (not for WebControls)? If so, thats not part of
    the .NET fx, its part of VS.NET.

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    "Tim Pacl" <> wrote in message
    news:08f801c347ad$5e35bc00$...
    > I am building a Custom Placeholder control for MCMS 2002
    > which gives a translucent background to the control. I
    > want to add a "Style" property and use the standard style
    > editor which is available in numerous other server
    > controls.
    >
    > What is the editor used for the style collection? I tried
    > System.ComponentModel.Design.CollectionEditor but, of
    > course, that isn't it. I have searched the internet and
    > MSDN in vain for two days. Lots of info on building
    > custom editors but nothing to point me to the existing
    > style editor.
    >
    > Any help is appreciated.
    >
     
    Victor Garcia Aprea [MVP], Jul 12, 2003
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