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    Posted: 12 July 2010 at 11:06am
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Is it possible to hide the caption (left part)? I set SplitterPos to 0 that works but the text in the data item (right part) was covered at the left by a bar.
 
Any idea?
thanks in advance!
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Hi Fabian,
 
You could try this:
  • wndPropertyGrid.SplitterPos = 16
  • wndPropertyGrid.VariableSplitterPos = False 'Otherwise your mousepointer changes when mouse is over SplitterPos

 

 

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Hi Aaron,

Thanks for thinking about my problem. But that can not work because .SplitterPos is not the absolute position in pixel but a perventage between 0 and 1.  0.5 = caption and value has the same width, 0=caption is hidden but the vertical bar to the left covers my text.
 
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Hi Fabian,
 
You are right about that
 
Maybe one more option for you to try... Add an image (16x16, totally transparent) for every single item (.ValueMetrics.Icondex = ...) I tried and it seems to work, BUT not with all items... I didn't test all but ColorItem doesn't work properly. I know it's a bad hack but if you are desperate...
 
  
 
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Aaron,
 
Thanks for that. I found a solution that works for me: I set .VisualTheme to Delphi. It hides the category caption but that problem is minor.
 
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Hi Fabian,
 
If you don't need categories it does work. Glad you solved it
 
I added request to my TODO list and set position in pixels.
 
 
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