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Color Table

The color table consists of the default color section, which is always visible, and a custom color section, which can be displayed by setting the ASPxColorEdit.EnableCustomColors property to true. Clicking the Custom Color… button invokes the color picker.

The table below lists the main members that affect the element's appearance and functionality:

Characteristics Members
Style ASPxColorEdit.ColorTableStyle
Column Count ASPxColorEdit.ColumnCount
Default Colors ASPxColorEdit.Items
Custom Color Section Visibility ASPxColorEdit.EnableCustomColors
Custom Color Button Text ASPxColorEdit.CustomColorButtonText

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