System.Windows.Forms.Design.Behavior Namespace

The System.Windows.Forms.Design.Behavior namespace contains classes for creating custom user interface behavior for components at design time.

Remarks

The following list shows the classes included in this namespace:

  • A Glyph class for handling painting and hit-testing.

  • An Adorner class for managing a collection of Glyph objects.

  • A BehaviorService class for managing the custom user interface in a designer.

  • A SnapLine class that represents horizontal and vertical line segments that assist users in aligning components at design time.

Classes

TypeReason
Adorner

Manages a collection of user-interface related Glyph objects. This class cannot be inherited.

Behavior

Represents the Behavior objects that are managed by a BehaviorService.

BehaviorDragDropEventArgs

Provides data for the BehaviorService.BeginDrag and BehaviorService.EndDrag events.

BehaviorDragDropEventHandler

Represents the methods that will handle the BehaviorService.BeginDrag and BehaviorService.EndDrag events of a BehaviorService. This class cannot be inherited.

BehaviorService

Manages user interface in the designer. This class cannot be inherited.

BehaviorServiceAdornerCollection

Stores Adorner objects in a strongly typed collection.

BehaviorServiceAdornerCollectionEnumerator

Supports iteration over a BehaviorServiceAdornerCollection.

ComponentGlyph

Associates a Glyph with its component.

ControlBodyGlyph

Associates a Glyph with its control.

Glyph

Represents a single user interface (UI) entity managed by an Adorner.

GlyphCollection

Stores Glyph objects in a strongly typed collection.

GlyphSelectionType

Describes the designer selection state of a Glyph.

SnapLine

Represents the horizontal and vertical line segments that are dynamically created in the user interface (UI) to assist in the design-time layout of controls in a container. This class cannot be inherited.

SnapLinePriority

Specifies the relative importance of a snapline.

SnapLineType

Specifies the orientation and relative location of a snapline.