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ProgressColorEnd Property, SftTreeColumn Object

Defines the default progress bar color used for this cell in this column, combined with ProgressColor creating a gradient fill.

Syntax

Get

VB.NETClr = object.ProgressColorEnd As UInteger
VBClr = object.ProgressColorEnd As OLE_COLOR
C#.NETuint Clr = object.ProgressColorEnd;
VC++OLE_COLOR Clr = object->ProgressColorEnd;
OLE_COLOR Clr = object->GetProgressColorEnd();
CHRESULT object->get_ProgressColorEnd(OLE_COLOR* Clr);

Put

VB.NETobject.ProgressColorEnd = Clr As UInteger
VBobject.ProgressColorEnd = Clr As OLE_COLOR
C#.NETuint object.ProgressColorEnd = Clr;
VC++OLE_COLOR object->ProgressColorEnd = Clr;
void object->PutProgressColorEnd(OLE_COLOR Clr);
CHRESULT object->put_ProgressColorEnd(OLE_COLOR Clr);

object

A SftTreeColumn object.

Clr

Defines the default progress bar color used for this cell in this column, combined with Column.ProgressColor creating a gradient fill. -1 indicates that there is no defined color and the default colors are used. For information about color properties, please visit the applicable section "Using SftTree/OCX with ...".

Comments

The ProgressColorEnd property defines the default progress bar color used for this cell in this column, combined with Column.ProgressColor creating a gradient fill.

Cells can override the default progress bar color using the Cell.ProgressColorEnd property.

The Column.ProgressStyle property can be used to define the default progress bar appearance for cells in this column. The ProgressColorEnd property combined with Column.ProgressColor can be used to define a gradient fill for progress bars.

A progress bar is only shown for a cell if its Cell.ProgressMax property is set to a value other than 0.

See Also SftTreeColumn Object | Object Hierarchy


Last Updated 08/13/2020 - (email)
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