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Extending the PropertyGrid with a new PropertyTab

, 15 Jan 2007 CPOL
Add a PropertyTab showing the fields of an object and overlay icons to the PropertyGrid
propertygridexcs.zip
PropertyGridEx.CS
PropertyGridEx
bin
Release
PropertyGridEx.dll
PropertyGridEx.pdb
CustomColorScheme.cs.bak
CustomProperty.cs.bak
My Project
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
obj
Properties
PropertyGridEx.csproj.user
PropertyGridEx.suo
PropertyGridEx.suo
TestApp
bin
Release
Items.dat
PropertyGridEx.dll
PropertyGridEx.pdb
TestApp.exe
TestApp.pdb
TestApp.vshost.exe
My Project
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
obj
Properties
Settings.settings
propertygridex_demo.zip
href.Controls.dll
PropGirdExTest.exe
propertygridex_src.zip
PropGirdExTest
Properties
Settings.settings
href.controls
Hosting
href.Controls.csproj.user
Properties
PropGridEx
Resources
Members.png
save16.png
save_as16.png
xmlattribute.png
xmlelement.png
propertygridex_vs2003.zip
PropertyGridEx_VS2003
PropertyGridEx_VS2003
bin
PropertyGridEx.dll
PropertyGridEx.pdb
obj
Debug
temp
TempPE
Release
PropertyGridEx.dll
PropertyGridEx.PropertyGridEx.PropertyGridEx.resources
temp
TempPE
PropertyGridEx_VS2003.vbproj.user
PropertyGridEx_VS2003.suo

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Carsten Zeumer
Software Developer (Senior)
Germany Germany
Carsten started programming Basic and Assembler back in the 80’s when he got his first C64. After switching to a x86 based system he started programming in Pascal and C. He started Windows programming with the arrival of Windows 3.0. After working for various internet companies developing a linguistic text analysis and classification software for 25hours communications he is now working as a contractor.
 
Carsten lives in Hamburg, Germany with his wife and five children.

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