MenuItem.OwnerDraw Propiedad

Definición

Obtiene o establece un valor que indica si es el código proporcionado o Windows quien dibuja el elemento de menú.Gets or sets a value indicating whether the code that you provide draws the menu item or Windows draws the menu item.

public:
 property bool OwnerDraw { bool get(); void set(bool value); };
public bool OwnerDraw { get; set; }
member this.OwnerDraw : bool with get, set
Public Property OwnerDraw As Boolean

Valor de propiedad

true si el código dibuja el elemento de menú; false si Windows dibuja el elemento de menú.true if the menu item is to be drawn using code; false if the menu item is to be drawn by Windows. De manera predeterminada, es false.The default is false.

Ejemplos

En el ejemplo de código siguiente se muestra un menú con un elemento de menú dibujado por el propietario.The following code example demonstrates a menu with an owner-drawn menu item. En este ejemplo se OwnerDraw establece la propiedad y AddHandler se utiliza la AddressOf instrucción y el operador para designar un delegado DrawItem para controlar el evento.This example set the OwnerDraw property and uses the AddHandler statement and the AddressOf operator to designate a delegate to handle the DrawItem event. Para ejecutar el ejemplo, péguelo en un formulario que importe los Systemespacios de nombres, System.Drawing System.Windows.Formsy.To run the example, paste it in a form that imports the System, System.Windows.Forms, and System.Drawing namespaces. Llame InitializeMenu a desde el constructor o Load método del formulario.Call InitializeMenu from the form's constructor or Load method.

internal:
   // Declare the MainMenu control.
   System::Windows::Forms::MainMenu^ MainMenu1;

   // Declare MenuItem2 as With-Events because it will be user drawn.
   System::Windows::Forms::MenuItem^ MenuItem2;

private:
   void InitializeMenu()
   {
      
      // Create MenuItem1, which will be drawn by the operating system.
      MenuItem^ MenuItem1 = gcnew MenuItem( "Regular Menu Item" );
      
      // Create MenuItem2.
      MenuItem2 = gcnew MenuItem( "Custom Menu Item" );
      
      // Set OwnerDraw property to true. This requires handling the
      // DrawItem event for this menu item.
      MenuItem2->OwnerDraw = true;
      
      //Add the event-handler delegate to handle the DrawItem event.
      MenuItem2->DrawItem += gcnew DrawItemEventHandler( this, &Form1::DrawCustomMenuItem );
      
      // Add the items to the menu.
      array<MenuItem^>^temp0 = {MenuItem1,MenuItem2};
      MainMenu1 = gcnew MainMenu( temp0 );
      
      // Add the menu to the form.
      this->Menu = this->MainMenu1;
   }

   // Draw the custom menu item.
   void DrawCustomMenuItem( Object^ sender, DrawItemEventArgs^ e )
   {
      // Cast the sender to MenuItem so you can access text property.
      MenuItem^ customItem = dynamic_cast<MenuItem^>(sender);
      
      // Create a Brush and a Font to draw the MenuItem.
      System::Drawing::Brush^ aBrush = System::Drawing::Brushes::DarkMagenta;
      System::Drawing::Font^ aFont = gcnew System::Drawing::Font( "Garamond",10,FontStyle::Italic,GraphicsUnit::Point );
      
      // Get the size of the text to use later to draw an ellipse
      // around the item.
      SizeF stringSize = e->Graphics->MeasureString( customItem->Text, aFont );
      
      // Draw the item and then draw the ellipse.
      e->Graphics->DrawString( customItem->Text, aFont, aBrush, (float)e->Bounds.X, (float)e->Bounds.Y );
      e->Graphics->DrawEllipse( gcnew Pen( System::Drawing::Color::Black,2 ), Rectangle(e->Bounds.X,e->Bounds.Y,(System::Int32)stringSize.Width,(System::Int32)stringSize.Height) );
   }
// Declare the MainMenu control.
internal System.Windows.Forms.MainMenu MainMenu1;

// Declare MenuItem2 as With-Events because it will be user drawn.
internal System.Windows.Forms.MenuItem MenuItem2;


private void InitializeMenu()
{

    // Create MenuItem1, which will be drawn by the operating system.
    MenuItem MenuItem1 = new MenuItem("Regular Menu Item");

    // Create MenuItem2.
    MenuItem2 = new MenuItem("Custom Menu Item");

    // Set OwnerDraw property to true. This requires handling the
    // DrawItem event for this menu item.
    MenuItem2.OwnerDraw = true;

    //Add the event-handler delegate to handle the DrawItem event.
    MenuItem2.DrawItem += new DrawItemEventHandler(DrawCustomMenuItem);
    
    // Add the items to the menu.
    MainMenu1 = new MainMenu(new MenuItem[]{MenuItem1, MenuItem2});																													  

    // Add the menu to the form.
    this.Menu = this.MainMenu1;
}

// Draw the custom menu item.
private void DrawCustomMenuItem(object sender, 
    DrawItemEventArgs e)
{

    // Cast the sender to MenuItem so you can access text property.
    MenuItem customItem = (MenuItem) sender;

    // Create a Brush and a Font to draw the MenuItem.
    System.Drawing.Brush aBrush = System.Drawing.Brushes.DarkMagenta;
    Font aFont = new Font("Garamond", 10, 
        FontStyle.Italic, GraphicsUnit.Point);

    // Get the size of the text to use later to draw an ellipse
    // around the item.
    SizeF stringSize = e.Graphics.MeasureString(
        customItem.Text, aFont);

    // Draw the item and then draw the ellipse.
    e.Graphics.DrawString(customItem.Text, aFont, 
        aBrush, e.Bounds.X, e.Bounds.Y);
    e.Graphics.DrawEllipse(new Pen(System.Drawing.Color.Black, 2),
        new Rectangle(e.Bounds.X, e.Bounds.Y, 
        (System.Int32)stringSize.Width,
        (System.Int32)stringSize.Height));
}
' Declare the MainMenu control.
Friend WithEvents MainMenu1 As System.Windows.Forms.MainMenu

' Declare MenuItem2 as With-Events because it will be user drawn.
Friend WithEvents MenuItem2 As System.Windows.Forms.MenuItem


Private Sub InitializeMenu()

    ' Create MenuItem1, which will be drawn by the operating system.
    Dim MenuItem1 As New MenuItem("Regular Menu Item")

    ' Create MenuItem2.
    MenuItem2 = New MenuItem("Custom Menu Item")

    ' Set OwnerDraw property to true. This requires handling the
    ' DrawItem event for this menu item.
    MenuItem2.OwnerDraw = True

    'Add the event-handler delegate to handle the DrawItem event.
    AddHandler MenuItem2.DrawItem, New DrawItemEventHandler(AddressOf DrawCustomMenuItem)

    ' Add the items to the menu.
    MainMenu1 = New MainMenu(New MenuItem() {MenuItem1, MenuItem2})

    ' Add the menu to the form.
    Me.Menu = Me.MainMenu1
End Sub

' Draw the custom menu item.
Private Sub DrawCustomMenuItem(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As _
        System.Windows.Forms.DrawItemEventArgs)

    ' Cast the sender to MenuItem so you can access text property.
    Dim customItem As MenuItem = CType(sender, MenuItem)

    ' Create a Brush and a Font to draw the MenuItem.
    Dim aBrush As System.Drawing.Brush = System.Drawing.Brushes.DarkMagenta
    Dim aFont As New Font("Garamond", 10, FontStyle.Italic, _
        GraphicsUnit.Point)

    ' Get the size of the text to use later to draw an ellipse
    ' around the item.
    Dim stringSize As SizeF = e.Graphics.MeasureString( _
        customItem.Text, aFont)

    ' Draw the item and then draw the ellipse.
    e.Graphics.DrawString(customItem.Text, aFont, _
        aBrush, e.Bounds.X, e.Bounds.Y)
    e.Graphics.DrawEllipse(New Pen(System.Drawing.Color.Black, 2), _
        New Rectangle(e.Bounds.X, e.Bounds.Y, CInt(stringSize.Width), _
        CInt(stringSize.Height)))
End Sub

Comentarios

Cuando la OwnerDraw propiedad está establecida en true, debe controlar todo el dibujo del elemento de menú.When the OwnerDraw property is set to true, you need to handle all drawing of the menu item. Puede usar esta funcionalidad para crear sus propias presentaciones de menú especiales.You can use this capability to create your own special menu displays.

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