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The problem of Developer Express

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In Visual Studio 2005, the Developer Express controls appear as read-only on inherited forms. Is there a way to make them editable and use visual inheritance as in the previous versions of Visual Studio?
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And i found the answer is :                                               ||
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   We have found a way to enable visual inheritance in our controls when they are used in Visual Studio 2005. We have tested this solution in all the typical visual inheritance scenarios and haven't noticed any failures yet. But we cannot be completely sure that we have chosen the correct approach and thus we don't enable visual inheritance by default. What causes this doubt is that Microsoft disabled visual inheritance for its controls.

We can give you a program that adds a new key to the registry and is capable of changing its state. When this key is present and enabled, Developer Express controls allow visual inheritance. If it is not present or disabled, visual inheritance is prohibited just as with standard controls (this is the default behavior). To download the program, click the link below.
https://www.devexpress.com/Support/Center/GetKBAttachment.ashx?id=094ea5db-ae4e-4f8a-b8c0-ae3ec65c1000

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My questions is:                                                              ||
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They worked with way. I want know this. Can team help me?
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tinhlahan
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WinterMuteUKCommented:
Hullo tinhlahan,
Erm, I'm sorry about this but I don't understand the question - are you asking: if you apply the fix they've discovered will you be able to use visual inheritance?

Wint
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tinhlahanAuthor Commented:
Details here:
https://www.devexpress.com/Support/Center/ViewKBIssue.aspx?kbid=A2912
The file DXDesignSettings.zip, what code they write? They don't share code, because i don't know, what way they do.
The team direct to me. And i will know, Developer Express controls appear as can't read-only on inherited forms when run file DXDesignSettings.zip.
Help me
Thanks
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WinterMuteUKCommented:
tinhlahan,

I'm still not sure what you are asking, but I'll try to answer what I *think* you're asking - The DevExpress people wrote the DXDesignSettings program, You will only be able to use the devexpress controls in visual studio 2005 with inheritance if you use the program to change the settings.

I have no idea what you want help with otherwise I'm afraid, please try to explain what you are trying to do

Sorry

Wint.
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tinhlahanAuthor Commented:
Who are write the code DXDesignSettings. And What code he/she write? when i run DXDesignSettings, i will resolve : from main will edit at form inherit. I want know this code. Thanks team
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WinterMuteUKCommented:
The people who wrote the DXDesignSettings are the same as the people who wrote the DeveloperExpress controls. If you want to find out who wrote it I suggest you email them: info [a..t] devexpress.com. To be honest I would be surprised if they told you exactly who wrote it.

If you are lucky they will tell you the registry setting they change, but I suspect you won't find that either. The way to find that might be to export your registry (via regedit) run the DXDesignSettings and change the inheritance setting, then export the changed registry and perform a diff on the two files.

Sorry I can't be of more help.

Wint
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tinhlahanAuthor Commented:
I want saw code, and way resolve problem. I don't care the key inssert to regedit (the way is banana). Thanks team. Have a good day.
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WinterMuteUKCommented:
You want to see the code?
The code will change a registry setting, you can look in numerous places online for examples of how to change a registry setting, what you don't know is *which* registry setting to change.

http://www.devhood.com/tutorials/tutorial_details.aspx?tutorial_id=264
  This page shows you how to edit the registry, easy tutorial.

The page you refer to in your first post explains the solution - editing a registry key. The program just makes it easier for people who aren't confident about changing registry settings to change them without worry. The way the problem is solved is by changing the registry. The key that is changed is the real solution.

Wint.
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