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SchedulerListEditor.BorderStyle Property

Gets or sets the border style for the target Scheduler.

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Scheduler.Win

Assembly: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Scheduler.Win.v19.2.dll

Declaration

public virtual BorderStyles BorderStyle { get; set; }

Property Value

Type Description
BorderStyles

A BorderStyles enumeration value specifying the border style of the target Scheduler.

Available values:

Name Description
NoBorder

There are no borders.

The image below demonstrates the NoBorder style applied to the ButtonEdit control.

ButtonBorderStyle_NoBorder

Simple

Borders are flat.

The image below demonstrates the Simple style applied to the ButtonEdit control.

ButtonBorderStyle_Simple

Flat

Borders are flat.

The image below demonstrates the Flat style applied to the ButtonEdit control.

ButtonBorderStyleFlat

HotFlat

Borders are flat. Borders and the client area are highlighted when the mouse pointer is positioned over them.

The image below demonstrates the HotFlat style applied to the ButtonEdit control.

ButtonBorderStyle_HotFlat

ButtonBorderStyle_HotFlat_Focused

UltraFlat

Borders have an Office XP style. Borders and the client area are highlighted when the mouse pointer is positioned over them or they are focused. Otherwise, there are no borders.

The image below demonstrates the UltraFlat style applied to the ButtonEdit control.

ButtonBorderStyle_UltraFlat

ButtonBorderStyle_UltraFlat_Focused

Style3D

Borders are three-dimensional.

The image below demonstrates the Style3D style applied to the ButtonEdit control.

ButtonBorderStyle_Style3D

Office2003

Borders have an Office 2003 style.

The image below demonstrates the Office2003 style applied to a ButtonEdit control.

Office2003

Default

The border style is determined by the current Look-and-Feel settings.

For example, text editors' borders are painted according to the RepositoryItem.LookAndFeel object's settings.

See Also