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C# TreeView that shows CheckBoxes ONLY in chosen Nodes

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Hello,

Could you please help me to create a TreeView (C#). The TreeView must have CheckBoxes only in some Nodes (parent or children does not matter) chosen at run-time. I do not want my TreeView to have a CheckBoxes in any Node, as it is in .Net Framework now.

Thank you.
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by:gregoryyoung
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there is a property of the node which says whether or not there is a checkbox.
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by:gregoryyoung
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i am not quite sure what else you are asking for.
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by:AJBykov
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Every TreeNode has Checked property. When I set TreeView -> CheckBoxes property every Node in TreeView gets a CheckBox. I do not need a CheckBox near every Node. I would like to decide in run-time which node has a CheckBox and which does not. Looks like I have to create my own TreeView...
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you would need to override the painting of the treeview (not trivial) or deal directly with the API ...

if you want to do this I can give you some examples ...
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by:AJBykov
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Yes, please. I will override the painting of the TreeView. If you could provide me a sample I would greatly appreciate that.
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by:shilpa2784
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Do you want to get the checkbox for a specific node at the runtime?? If yes i dont think it is possible with the existing treeview control ....u have to override and create your own treeview control
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by:AJBykov
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Yes, I am doing that right now. Could you tell me that the button "Accept" (near a comment) means?
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by:gregoryyoung
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it means to accept that comment as your answer ... I started working on this last night but its not only a few lines of code, I will try to get back to it this evening.
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Thank you!
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