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In the previous post about ContentView designers I’ve explained how to add new settings to the ModeSettings collection to give your end users more control over how will EventsView control look like. We’ve added four TextSetting controls and I didn’t go into detail what exactly the properties of these settings do, so let’s start with that.
In the DetailsSettings and MasterSettings collections of PresentationModeSettings control you can enter any control which derives from BaseSettingControl (yes, that means you can create your own settings – but more on that in one of the future posts). The mostly used setting is called TextSetting and it allows you to create a setting that will allow end user to dynamically set:
of any control in the template. Let’s examine the one of the settings controls I’ve created in the previous post:
Take a look at the figure 1 to see how these properties reflect on the setting control in the designer:
Figure 1 : TextSetting control properties and their effects on the setting control in the designer
I hope I’ve made this clear enough. In the next post I’ll explain ContentSetting control and then we’ll move to the subject of creating custom settings. Leave a comment if you have any questions or suggestions.
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