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    WPF Controls

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    ToolTip and Scrolling controls in WPF


    Namespace : System.Windows.Controls.ToolTip

    ToolTip has to set for each control individually.
    Checkout the sample to set tool tip for button control.

    Designer Code:

            <Button Margin="0,0,0,197" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Width="145" 
            Content="Test" Name="btn1">
            Tooltip Test

    Code Behind:

    Setting tool tip from the code.
            // Window1.xaml.cs
    private void Window_Loaded(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) { btn1.ToolTip = "Test from Code"; }

    Customized Tooltip:

                <ToolTip >
                 <TextBlock FontWeight="Bold">Customized ToolTip</TextBlock>
                 <TextBlock>Label inside ToolTip</TextBlock>


    Namespace : System.Windows.Controls.Primitives.ScrollBar

    Orientation property sets the direction of scrolling, it can be either horizontal or vertical

    Designer Code:

            <ScrollBar Name="Hscroll" Orientation="Horizontal" 
               Width ="180" Height="30" Maximum="10" Minimum="1     
               Background="Blue" Margin="12,0,14,206" />
            <ScrollBar Name="VScroll" Orientation="Vertical" 
               Width ="30" Height="180" Maximum="10" Minimum="1    
               Background="Blue" Margin="12,45,164,12" />

    Code Behind:

    Creating ScrollBar from the code.
            // Window1.xaml.cs
    private void Window_Loaded(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) { //creating scroll bar from code ScrollBar hBar = new ScrollBar(); hBar.Orientation = Orientation.Horizontal; hBar.HorizontalAlignment = HorizontalAlignment.Left; hBar.Width = 180; hBar.Height = 30; hBar.Background = new SolidColorBrush(Colors.Blue); hBar.Minimum = 1; hBar.Maximum = 10; hBar.Value = 5; Parent.Children.Add(hBar); }


    Namespace : System.Windows.Controls.ScrollViewer
    ScrollViewer to enable see the entire content even if the content does not fit into control.

    Designer Code:

                <TextBlock  Height="400">sometext</TextBlock>

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