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Changing font color in tree

Posted on 2007-03-26
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I have a winform treeview with several treenodes.  In some of the nodes, I want to change the displayed text so that some words are black and others are gray.  Is there a way to apply multiple colors to a single node's text?
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by:Fahad Mukhtar
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Use the BackColor, ForeColor and NodeFont Properties

treeView1.Nodes[0].ForeColor = Color.Gray;
treeView1.Nodes[1].ForeColor = Color.Blue;
treeView1.Nodes[2].NodeFont = new Font("Verdana", 10);
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by:brettr
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That seems to apply a single color to a single node.
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Fahad Mukhtar earned 2000 total points
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sorry to misunderstood your question..

i think its not possible with the .net treeview control .. you have to write your own control and provide the feature.
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by:brettr
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I'm not sure how that would work either as you are still dealing with the same basic problem.
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