Take Control of your Form's non-client area with a stylish smooth-edged custom border
Bunifu Elipse is a rich .NET component that allows you to create a custom non-client area for your Form. It includes a feature that hides the top bar of your Windows Form and adds a smooth curved edge.
This section will guide you on using Bunifu Elipse via the designer approach.
Bunifu Ellipse can be added to the form at the designer level by locating or searching
BunifuElipsein your toolbox and drag it to your form as shown below. Once the elipse component is dropped in the form, it automatically targets the form, thereby hiding the top bar (non-client area) of the form.
If you accidentally dropped Bunifu Elipse on your form, you can delete it from the component tray area, reopen the form, and set the
FormBorderStyleproperty of your form to Sizable.
Let's dive and get insights into the available properties on Bunifu Elipse.
This property allows you to get or set the control(e.g., the form) to which Bunifu Elipse will be applied.
Targetting any control with Bunifu Elipse can also be done using the
ApplyElipse()method. The method has 4 overloads defined as follows:
This property allows you to get or set a radius value(integer) for the control targetted by a Bunifu Elipse. It's recommended that the
EllipseRadiusvalue should be less than 7 for smooth curves, as values greater than that will result in pixelated curves.
Once we have the component added to our form, we can apply it to a control. For example, let’s drop a Bunifu Tile Button on our form and then set the following properties:
Step 1: Access the
TargetControlproperty of the Elipse component and choose Bunifu Tile Button as the target control.
Step 2: In the ElipseRadius property, set 8 as the radius.
You should see a curved edge effect on the control as shown below:
We hope that Bunifu Ellipse will help you to create elegant UI interfaces that give your users a great user experience.
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