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I'm using the PropertyGrid control in the WPF Extended Toolkit (v1.70).
 
I have an Image property in my SourceObject, and I need to fire up a dialog box in order to select an image for that property. I fingered out that I need to derive a custom editor from DialogPropertyValueEditor, but I have an additional requirement.
 
I need to be able to use two other properties in the PropertyGrid (or in the bound SourceObject) in order to properly initialize the form that allows the selection of an image.
 
How do I go about doing that?
 
Also, I added this attribute to the Image property in the SourceObject, but I didn't see that (Image) property listed in the property grid. Why isn't that showing up in the property grid?
[Editor("CDSceneSelector", "DialogPropertyValueEditor")]
[Category("General")]
public Image BaseImage
{
    get...
    set...
}
Posted 12-Oct-12 6:28am

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Solution 1

Did you solve this already? I was thinking of custom editor.
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