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Display a tool tip, then move the mouse to another control and note how the tool tip for the second control appears almost immediately. This secondary delay defaults to 100 milliseconds, and is specified by the ReshowDelay property. The tool tips for the Next and Prev buttons do not appear when these buttons are inactive. The behavior for inactive controls is determined by the ShowAlways property.
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Create a ToolTip object for the AlbumEditDlg form and set tool tip text for the nonlabel controls in this form. Note that you can set tool tips for Panel and GroupBox objects, although this may confuse users and is probably not a good idea for this form.
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That s pretty much all you need to know about tool tips. You may wonder if you can create balloon-style or custom drawn tool tips. Right now the answer is no, at least within the ToolTip class. We might see this type of support in a future release of the framework, or you can build a custom control for this purpose yourself.
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The HelpProvider class is a component that provides popup help using a mechanism similar to the ToolTip class. The HelpProvider class provides a SetHelpString method for this purpose, in a manner similar to the SetToolTip method for the ToolTip component. You can see this by dragging a HelpProvider component onto a form and modifying the HelpString entry that appears in the Properties window. This string will appear when the user hits the F1 key while the control has the focus. The Form class also provides a related HelpButton property. When the MinimizeBox and MaximizeBox properties for a form are false, setting the HelpButton property to true will cause a Help button to appear in the title bar. Clicking on this button and then on a control displays the popup help string assigned to that control. It is also worth noting that the HelpProvider class supports more sophisticated help for an application. In particular, this class can specify a link into an HTML file where help text on specific elements of a form is available. Consult the online documentation for more information on this feature.
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This completes chapter 13 as well as part 2 of the book. We ve come a long way from figure 1.1 on page 4, and hopefully have learned how to create Windows applications with a large variety of controls and behaviors. In this chapter we looked at the ToolBar and ToolTip classes. We created a toolbar in our MyPhotos application, and used the four different styles of toolbar buttons supported by .NET. We also saw how to dynamically change the image displayed on a button.
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We then created some tool tips for our PhotoEditDlg form. We associated a ToolTip instance with our form, and saw how to assign tool tips to the various controls contained within this form. Along the way we examined the ImageList class as a way to store and manage a collection of Image objects on behalf of a control or other object. We again looked at the resource file generated by Visual Studio .NET to contain the images assigned to such a list, and we created an image list for use within our ToolBar control. In addition, we pointed out how Component objects such as ImageList and ToolTip instances are disposed of when created within Visual Studio. Such objects are contained within the form s components member to ensure they can be tidied up when the Dispose method is invoked. I would encourage you to experiment with the controls and features discussed here and in earlier chapters in this book. The foundation presented so far is critical to developing and understanding Windows Forms applications, and will come in handy as we discuss the concepts presented in part 3.
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