Items Property (UltraTimeZoneEditor)

(Read-only) Returns the control's ValueListItems collection, which represents the font items in the dropdown list.
Public Overrides ReadOnly Property Items As Infragistics.Win.ValueListItemsCollection
public override Infragistics.Win.ValueListItemsCollection Items {get;}

The Items collection is a collection of type Infragistics.Win.ValueListItemsCollection.

The items in the list portion of the control are objects of type Infragistics.Win.ValueListItem. A ValueListItem has both a data value and display text, so that the text displayed by the item can be independent of the value that the item represents.

When a ValueListItem has no specific display text set, the string representation of its data value is displayed. When items are selected from the dropdown list, the control's SelectedItem property is set to that item. The SelectedIndex property is also set to the index of that item.

This sample initializes the items collection of an UltraComboEditor. It then initializes some of the display and behavior properties such as MRU, Item and individual item appearances, autocomplete.

Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load

    'Add 8 items to the combo
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.Items.Add(1, "One")
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.Items.Add(2, "Two")
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.Items.Add(3, "Three")
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.Items.Add(4, "Four")
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.Items.Add(5, "Five")
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.Items.Add(6, "Six")
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.Items.Add(7, "Seven")
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.Items.Add(8, "Eight")

    ' This combo should always be in edit mode, 
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.AlwaysInEditMode = True

    ' Turn on auto-complete for Internet Explorer type auto completion
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.AutoComplete = True

    ' Office XP look and feel.
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.DisplayStyle = Infragistics.Win.EmbeddableElementDisplayStyle.OfficeXP

    ' Assign a shared image and forecolor to each element.
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.ItemAppearance.Image = Me.Icon.ToBitmap()
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.ImageTransparentColor = Color.FromArgb(192, 192, 192)
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.ItemAppearance.ForeColor = Color.White

    ' Assign individual backColors to each element

    Dim baseColorIndex As Integer = 255 / Me.UltraComboEditor1.Items.Count
    Dim i As Integer

    For i = 0 To Me.UltraComboEditor1.Items.Count - 1
        Me.UltraComboEditor1.Items(i).Appearance.BackColor = Color.FromArgb(100, 100, baseColorIndex + (baseColorIndex * i))
    Next i

    Me.UltraComboEditor1.MaxDropDownItems = 6
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.HasMRUList = True
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.SelectedIndex = 3
    Me.UltraComboEditor1.SortStyle = Infragistics.Win.ValueListSortStyle.DescendingByValue

End Sub
private void Form1_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e)

	// Add 8 items to the combo

	// This combo should always be in edit mode, 
	this.ultraComboEditor1.AlwaysInEditMode = true;

	// Turn on auto-complete for Internet Explorer type auto completion
	this.ultraComboEditor1.AutoComplete = true;

	// Office XP look and feel.
	this.ultraComboEditor1.DisplayStyle = Infragistics.Win.EmbeddableElementDisplayStyle.OfficeXP;

	// Assign a shared image and forecolor to each element.
	this.ultraComboEditor1.ItemAppearance.Image = this.Icon.ToBitmap();
	this.ultraComboEditor1.ImageTransparentColor = Color.FromArgb(192,192,192);
	this.ultraComboEditor1.ItemAppearance.ForeColor = Color.White;

	// Assign individual backColors to each element
	int baseColorIndex = 255 / this.ultraComboEditor1.Items.Count;

	for(int i = 0; i < this.ultraComboEditor1.Items.Count; i++)
		this.ultraComboEditor1.Items[i].Appearance.BackColor = Color.FromArgb(100,100,baseColorIndex  + (baseColorIndex * i));

	this.ultraComboEditor1.MaxDropDownItems = 6;
	this.ultraComboEditor1.HasMRUList = true;
	this.ultraComboEditor1.SelectedIndex = 3;
	this.ultraComboEditor1.SortStyle = Infragistics.Win.ValueListSortStyle.DescendingByValue;


Target Platforms: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1 or later, Windows XP SP3, Windows Server 2008 (Server Core not supported), Windows Server 2008 R2 (Server Core supported with SP1 or later), Windows Server 2003 SP2

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