I run the code, the form opens, I click on the Foods property and an Editor opens, I click Add and get the error "Constructor on type 'System.
String' not found." which I've had before, and I fixed using - which itself is an object - that property container does not exist and neither of them will create it for you.
Considering the fix, it will be part of our official release - Q2 2013 coming in June.
All the best, Maya the Telerik team Hi Nathaniel, Will it be possible to clarify a bit what your exact scenario is ? What is the object it is bound to, how you change the item ?
Please test with it and let me know about the result.
All the best, Didie the Telerik team Hello Dave, I am glad too see that the issue is resolved in your scenario as well.
I sought for a solution earlier where I should subclass Collection Editor (which I can't seem to find).
(Reflection is a technology that provides type information at run time.) The following screen shot shows how a Property Grid looks when placed on a form. Property Grid on a form The Property Grid contains the following parts: To create a Property Grid control using Visual Studio . First, update the _ Public Class App Settings Private _save On Close As Boolean = True Private _greeting Text As String = "Welcome to your application!
NET, you need to add the Property Grid control to the toolbox, since it is not included by default. In the dialog box, select the Framework Components tab and then select Property Grid. The following code demonstrates creating a Property Grid control and adding it to a form. " Private _max Repeat Rate As Integer = 10 Private _items In MRU As Integer = 4 Private _settings Changed As Boolean = False Private _app Version As String = "1.0" Private _window Size As Size = New Size(100, 100) Private _window Font As Font = New Font("Arial", 8, Font Style.
You might want to change how some properties are displayed, and even choose to not display some properties. Many visual aspects of the Property Grid are customizable.
The following screen shot shows how it should look. App Settings class selected in the Property Grid You can modify some visual aspects of the Property Grid to fit your needs.