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File

A File represents an item in the FileManager extension that is shown within the file container.

If the FileManagerSettingsFileList.View (via the FileManagerSettings.SettingsFileList.View) is set to Thumbnails, the file content includes a thumbnail and a name.

 

If the FileManagerSettingsFileList.View (via the FileManagerSettings.SettingsFileList.View) is set to Details, the file is a row in the details grid.

To customize the appearance style of files, use the FileManagerStyles.File (via the FileManagerSettings.Styles.File) property.

Note

If the FileManagerSettings.AllowedFileExtensions (via the FileManagerSettings.Settings.AllowedFileExtensions) property is specified, only files with extensions allowed by this property are displayed within the file container.

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