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Item

An Item is an element displayed within the FileManager that can be represented by a file or a folder.

 

 

To specify an item's appearance style, use the FileManagerStyles.Item (via the FileManagerSettings.Styles.Item) property. Note that these style settings can be overridden by FileManagerStyles.File (via the FileManagerSettings.Styles.File) and FileManagerStyles.Folder (via the FileManagerSettings.Styles.Folder) properties.

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