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Delete Button

The Delete Button is a toolbar item that can be used to delete files and folders.

 

 

The table below lists the main members that affect button appearance and functionality.

The Delete Button is displayed in the toolbox if the FileManagerSettingsToolbar.Items collection contains an object of the FileManagerToolbarDeleteButton type. In this case, button availability is controlled by the FileManagerSettingsEditing.AllowDelete property.

If the FileManagerSettingsToolbar.Items collection is empty, the Delete Button visibility is controlled by the FileManagerSettingsEditing.AllowDelete property.

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