I finished up Part 3 in this series with some methods to display a hierarchical TreeView of Controls. In the last post, I mentioned that we would continue with a demonstration of populating a menu of controls. Hopefully at this point we’ve done this enough that you can adapt the methods to your own needs.
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I finished up the last post with a promise of a treeview, which we will get to. First, I wanted to take a short side trip on why we are using a timer and what may seem to be some over engineering. We could accomplish basically the same results that we’ve achieved so far by
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This is a continuation of a previous entry, if you want to follow along in your own IDE, and you haven’t setup the application yet, please click here to catch up.
We finished up last time with a functioning, yet limited, property inspector using GetChildAtPoint and the cursor position. What the program lacks at this
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