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Tree Control: Mkae node.text scrollable?

I would like to set a fixed width for the tree user control and would like
the node.text to wrap to next line if node.text is longer than the width of
the control. Is this possible? I didn't see any property that I can set to
make it wrap.
Right now my text cuts off if the length of text is more than the width of
the control. Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
V

Jul 21 '05 #1
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Does anyone know how to scroll node.text in a tree control into multiple
lines that comes with .Net? PLease help!

"Victor" wrote:
I would like to set a fixed width for the tree user control and would like
the node.text to wrap to next line if node.text is longer than the width of
the control. Is this possible? I didn't see any property that I can set to
make it wrap.
Right now my text cuts off if the length of text is more than the width of
the control. Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
V

Jul 21 '05 #2
Thanks Al. I'm going to download and try it.

"Al Ponomarev" wrote:
"Victor" <Vi****@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:65**********************************@microsof t.com...
Does anyone know how to scroll node.text in a tree control into multiple
lines that comes with .Net? PLease help!

"Victor" wrote:
I would like to set a fixed width for the tree user control and would
like
the node.text to wrap to next line if node.text is longer than the width
of
the control. Is this possible? I didn't see any property that I can set
to
make it wrap.
Right now my text cuts off if the length of text is more than the width
of
the control. Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.

You can use FlyGrid.Net (http://9rays.flygrid.net ) instead of standard
TreeView,
--
Best regards,
Al Ponomarev

Jul 21 '05 #3
Does anyone know how to scroll node.text in a tree control into multiple
lines that comes with .Net? PLease help!

"Victor" wrote:
I would like to set a fixed width for the tree user control and would like
the node.text to wrap to next line if node.text is longer than the width of
the control. Is this possible? I didn't see any property that I can set to
make it wrap.
Right now my text cuts off if the length of text is more than the width of
the control. Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
V

Nov 22 '05 #4
"Victor" <Vi****@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:65**********************************@microsof t.com...
Does anyone know how to scroll node.text in a tree control into multiple
lines that comes with .Net? PLease help!

"Victor" wrote:
I would like to set a fixed width for the tree user control and would
like
the node.text to wrap to next line if node.text is longer than the width
of
the control. Is this possible? I didn't see any property that I can set
to
make it wrap.
Right now my text cuts off if the length of text is more than the width
of
the control. Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.

You can use FlyGrid.Net (http://9rays.flygrid.net ) instead of standard
TreeView,
--
Best regards,
Al Ponomarev

Nov 22 '05 #5
Thanks Al. I'm going to download and try it.

"Al Ponomarev" wrote:
"Victor" <Vi****@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:65**********************************@microsof t.com...
Does anyone know how to scroll node.text in a tree control into multiple
lines that comes with .Net? PLease help!

"Victor" wrote:
I would like to set a fixed width for the tree user control and would
like
the node.text to wrap to next line if node.text is longer than the width
of
the control. Is this possible? I didn't see any property that I can set
to
make it wrap.
Right now my text cuts off if the length of text is more than the width
of
the control. Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.

You can use FlyGrid.Net (http://9rays.flygrid.net ) instead of standard
TreeView,
--
Best regards,
Al Ponomarev

Nov 22 '05 #6

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