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Default custom Property Enable & Disable in user control

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We have declared two property of type[Editor(typeof(Dialog), typeof(UITypeEditor))]" attributes of the combobox which contians true or false in user control. When we place the user control of windows form & select true of one property other property should be disabled.

Kindly let us know how we can achive this .Its Urgent.

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If I understand you correctly, you should be able to do something like this:

public Boolean PropertyA {
  get {
    return(_PropertyA);
  }
  set {
    _PropertyA = value;
    _PropertyB = !_PropertyA;
  }
}

Using essentially the same property definition for ProperyB, if PropertyA is set to "True", ProperyB will be set to "False". If PropertyA is set to "False", PropertyB will be set to "True".

This may not be exactly what you are looking for, but the key is to use the "set" property definition to alter the value of the other variable.


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