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TileNavPane Bars

The TileNavPane control consists of the following bars:

  • The nav bar— this bar is always visible on the form and contains the Main Button, breadcrumbs, navigation and category buttons.
  • The primary drop-down tile bar which appears below the nav bar. It is invoked on a Main Button click (in this case, it contains root level navigation elements), and on a breadcrumb link click (in this case, it contains sub-elements of the corresponding navigation element).
  • The secondary drop-down tile bar— this bar appears below the primary drop-down tile bar and contains sub-elements of an element clicked in the primary drop-down tile bar.

The following figure shows a sample TileNavPane control.

The settings of the primary and secondary drop-down tile bars can be specified using the TileNavPane.OptionsPrimaryDropDown and TileNavPane.OptionsSecondaryDropDown properties, respectively. These properties provide access to the TileNavPaneDropDownOptions object that comprises the set of options applied to a drop-down tile bar. To override these settings for a drop-down tile bar (primary or secondary) invoked by a particular TileNavElement, use the TileNavElement.OptionsDropDown property.

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