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Expanded Overview

The PopupColorEdit control is a popup variation of the ColorEdit control. It allows end-users to edit and manage color data.

The PopupColorEdit control offers the following features.

  • An extensive collection of predefined color palettes

    You can create gradient palettes from predefined sets of colors.

  • Custom Palette Creation

    You can define your own color sets and store them as Palette objects.

  • Built-in color picker

    The PopupColorEdit.ShowMoreColorsButton property controls the availability of the More Colors button. Clicking this button invokes the built-in color picker tool. The color picker allows end-users to select the desired color visually or by specifying the precise values.

  • Configurable palette layout

    You can specify the number of color columns in each palette using the PopupColorEdit.ColumnCount property. The PopupColorEdit.ChipSize property controls the size of the Color Chips.

  • Configurable edit box appearance

    The PopupColorEdit's edit box displays the currently selected color. Use the PopupColorEdit.DisplayMode property to switch between available display modes.

  • Optional Default Color button

    You can define the default color using the PopupColorEdit.DefaultColor property. The PopupColorEdit.ShowDefaultColorButton property toggles the availability of the Default Color Button.

  • Optional No Color button

    Setting the PopupColorEdit.ShowNoColorButton property to true enables the No Color Button. The No Color button permits end-users to select an empty color.

  • Optimized for in-place editing

    PopupColorEdit can be used standalone or as an in-place editor nested in a container control. The PopupColorEditSettings class implements the in-place editing functionality. See In-place Editors to learn more.

Expanded Standalone PopupColorEdit

To add a standalone PopupColorEdit to a Window, drag it from the Toolbox.

The following sample demonstrates how to create a PopupColorEdit using XAML markup.

Expanded In-place PopupColorEdit

To embed a PopupColorEdit into a container control, use the PopupColorEditSettings class.

The following sample demonstrates how to embed a PopupColorEdit into a GridControl column.

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