paha

Hi, is it planned to add the possibility to edit collection-based controls like strips and grids in derived forms I really don't like the situation, where i must place the same menu on every derived form, because i must hide some parent buttons and add some new. Yes, i can do it in code, but it's really inconvenient, isn't it I've read similar topic, where it was explained, that the collection problems are the reason for making those inherited controls read only, but please is there really nothing to do with it At least for those, who aware of possible issues I still have a hope to have a real visual inheritance in next Visual Studio. I'm sure there will be lots of programmers, that would desire such functionality either.

Regards,
Pavel


Re: Windows Forms Designer Visual inheritance in derived Forms

trofimich

Yes, yes, yes, i need it too!!!

PS People, don't be silent!!! Let's show to Microsoft that we really need form inheritance! Write your opinion to this topic, please. Maby Microsoft will implement it if this topic will have a few hundred messages from diffirent people...




Re: Windows Forms Designer Visual inheritance in derived Forms

Jusper

i need it too



Re: Windows Forms Designer Visual inheritance in derived Forms

Closer

+1



Re: Windows Forms Designer Visual inheritance in derived Forms

vensub

+1 - Necessary feature




Re: Windows Forms Designer Visual inheritance in derived Forms

?????1

+1



Re: Windows Forms Designer Visual inheritance in derived Forms

avgalex

+1



Re: Windows Forms Designer Visual inheritance in derived Forms

AngeL B.

YES! It's really usefull thing. I very need it and I very want it.

It's stupid to write same code in N-th forms which differnce each other a little.





Re: Windows Forms Designer Visual inheritance in derived Forms

DevManCxx

+1

Do this for us all, please. We all need the Visual inheritance in derived Forms!!! Sorry for my english, if something's wrong..





Re: Windows Forms Designer Visual inheritance in derived Forms

jinek

+1

it was my incomnia...

PLEASE..






Re: Windows Forms Designer Visual inheritance in derived Forms

dtyger

I agree completly!



Re: Windows Forms Designer Visual inheritance in derived Forms

Dejan Stanic

+1.

Much needed.

lp,

Dejan