I have some nicely formatted tool tip text that is created using the UltraTooltipManager assigned to a ultraCheckBox control. The control uses the glyph functions to assign icons for both the on and off states. This control is placed in an ultra grid column using the EditorComponent Property.
How can I get that tool tip to show up like it does when it's not in the grid, when the user pauses the mouse over the icon in the grid.
I cannot use the header since, I am using a group header that is in place spanning several columns.
Any help would be appreciated as bagging my head against the desk is not working either. :-)
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The reason you are not seeing tool tips is you are applying it to the editor control so you would only see them when in edit mode, you would instead want to apply the tooltips to the cells:
I'm not sure how you go about applying the UltraToolTipManager to the grid or cells.
Can you get me pointed in the right direction? Do I need to do it in my vb code, or can it be done from the designer UI?
That was painful, but It is producing a tooltip on the cell.
So it looks like it is TRUE that the tooltips have to be done in code (in the UltraTooltipContexHelperForGrid Method) and cannot be done from a designer, is that correct?
Guessing I will have to code up a case structure so that I can set the tooltips for each column that I want tooltips for and then figure out how to turn the ones off of the columns were I don't want tooltips. Is there something I should do to make that happen?
Also somehow my toolbox controls in VS2008 (where my project is) for NetAdvantage 12.1 all disappeared after finally getting the Sample code running in VS2017. Their is a few entries, but they all just say "AppStylistRuntime". So now to figure out how to get those back. Any advice is appreciated.