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OptionsMinimizing.PopupFormAutoHeightMode Property

Gets or sets whether the pop-up form fits the content or has a predefined fixed height.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraBars.Navigation

Assembly: DevExpress.XtraBars.v20.1.dll

Declaration

[DefaultValue(AccordionPopupFormAutoHeightMode.Default)]
public AccordionPopupFormAutoHeightMode PopupFormAutoHeightMode { get; set; }
<DefaultValue(AccordionPopupFormAutoHeightMode.Default)>
Public Property PopupFormAutoHeightMode As AccordionPopupFormAutoHeightMode

Property Value

Type Default Description
AccordionPopupFormAutoHeightMode

Default

A value that specifies whether the pop-up form fits the content or has a predefined fixed height.

Property Paths

You can access this nested property as listed below:

Object Type Path to PopupFormAutoHeightMode
AccordionControl
.OptionsMinimizing.PopupFormAutoHeightMode

Remarks

If the control is minimized (see AccordionControl.OptionsMinimizing.State), it displays a pop-up form when the user clicks an element.

You can use the AccordionControl.OptionsMinimizing.PopupFormAutoHeightMode property to specify how the control calculates the form height.

To open the pop-up form in code, call the ShowPopupForm method. For instance, you can open the form when the mouse pointer hovers an item. To check if the form is already displayed, use the IsPopupFormShown property. To close the form, call the ClosePopupForm() method.

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