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Using the Property Grid in a CodeFluent Entities Project


All Visual Studio developers are familiar with the Property Grid which allows developers to view and edit all properties of the currently selected object.

The Modeler provides its own, available when editing a Surface or the XML, and which is organized into three views:

  1. Default view
  2. Advanced view
  3. Aspects and Producers view

You can switch from one view to another using their corresponding button available at the very top of the property grid.

 

The Default View

In the default you’ll find all “common” properties, those most frequently used.

DefaultView

 

The Advanced View

The advanced view provides access to all other properties. Properties available in this view are optional and provide extra features you can set on the currently selected element.

AdvancedView

 

The Aspects And Producers View

Finally, this view allows developers to access extra-properties brought by aspects and producers which were added to the project.

AspectsAndProducersView

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