Spread Windows Forms 12.0 Product Documentation
ForeColor Property (FieldsEditorControl)

GrapeCity.Win.PluginInputMan Assembly > GrapeCity.Win.Spread.InputMan.CellType Namespace > FieldsEditorControl Class : ForeColor Property
Gets or sets the foreground color of the control.
Public Overrides Property ForeColor As Color
Dim instance As FieldsEditorControl
Dim value As Color
instance.ForeColor = value
value = instance.ForeColor
public override Color ForeColor {get; set;}

Property Value

The foreground System.Drawing.Color of the control.
The default is System.Drawing.SystemColors.WindowText.
You can use the ForeColor property to change the color of the text within the control to match the text of other controls on your form. You can also use this property to highlight a specific control that contains an invalid value.

To change the background color of the control, use the BackColor property. When setting the ForeColor property of a text control, ensure that the color you choose does not cause the text of the control to disappear. For example, if the ForeColor and BackColor properties are both set to Color.Black, the text within the textbox control will not be visible.

This property might be overridden if the ReadOnly property of the EditBase is set to true.

See Also


FieldsEditorControl Class
FieldsEditorControl Members