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Messages, Notifications, and Dialogs

Components in this section replace traditional WinForms dialogs and message boxes, which do not support DevExpress skins. By replacing these default objects with DevExpress counterparts, you can achieve a unified appearance across the entire application.

Expanded XtraMessageBox

The XtraMessageBox class represents a simple message box with buttons. <br><br> Learn more...

Expanded XtraInputBox

A simple edit form with an editor and OK/Cancel buttons - to accept or discard the value entered by an end-user. The default form editor is TextEdit (see TextEdit) but you can replace it with any BaseEdit (see BaseEdit) descendant. <br><br> Learn more...

Expanded XtraDialog

Advanced message boxes that can display user controls in their client areas. Dialogs are typically used to interact with an end-user and retrieve information. <br><br> Learn more...

Expanded OpenFile, SaveFile and FolderBrowser Dialogs

The XtraOpenFileDialog (see XtraOpenFileDialog), XtraSaveFileDialog (see XtraSaveFileDialog) and XtraFolderBrowserDialog (see XtraFolderBrowserDialog) class instances replace standard Windows "Save As", "Open" and "Browse For Folder" dialogs. Support Windows Vista and newer operating systems.

Expanded Flyout Dialog

The FlyoutDialog (see FlyoutDialog) allows you to show Windows Modern UI-style messages and dialogs. <br><br> Learn more...

Expanded Flyout Panel

The Flyout Panel is a panel that shows up on demand, at a specified position relative to the panel's owner control. The panel can stretch across its parent container, supports animation effects and displays an optional beak element. <br><br> Learn more...

Expanded Alert Windows

Traditional notifications briefly displayed at the bottom edge of the screen and automatically dismissed after a certain delay if the user takes no action. The AlertControl (see AlertControl) component allows you to specify notification content, location, display time and buttons at the alert window's top right corner. <br><br> Learn more...

Expanded Toast Notification Manager

A modern replacement for Alert Windows, the ToastNotificationsManager (see ToastNotificationsManager) allows you to create Windows 10-style notifications. <br><br> Learn more...

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