ToolStripItem.Selected ToolStripItem.Selected ToolStripItem.Selected ToolStripItem.Selected Property

Définition

Obtient une valeur indiquant si l'élément est sélectionné.Gets a value indicating whether the item is selected.

public:
 virtual property bool Selected { bool get(); };
[System.ComponentModel.Browsable(false)]
public virtual bool Selected { get; }
member this.Selected : bool
Public Overridable ReadOnly Property Selected As Boolean

Valeur de propriété

true Si le ToolStripItem est sélectionné ; sinon, false.true if the ToolStripItem is selected; otherwise, false.

Exemples

L’exemple de code suivant montre comment utiliser le Selected propriété pour le rendu personnalisé.The following code example demonstrates how to use the Selected property for custom rendering. Cet exemple de code fait partie d’un exemple plus complet fourni pour la ToolStripItem classe.This code example is part of a larger example provided for the ToolStripItem class.

// This method defines the behavior for rendering the
// background of a ToolStripItem. If the item is a
// RolloverItem, it paints the item's BackgroundImage 
// centered in the client area. If the mouse is in the 
// item's client area, a border is drawn around it.
// If the item is on a drop-down or if it is on the
// overflow, a gradient is painted in the background.
protected override void OnRenderItemBackground(
    ToolStripItemRenderEventArgs e)
{
    base.OnRenderItemBackground(e);

    RolloverItem item = e.Item as RolloverItem;

    // If the ToolSTripItem is of type RolloverItem, 
    // perform custom rendering for the background.
    if (item != null)
    {
        if (item.Placement == ToolStripItemPlacement.Overflow ||
            item.IsOnDropDown)
        {
            using (LinearGradientBrush b = new LinearGradientBrush(
                item.ContentRectangle,
                Color.Salmon,
                Color.DarkRed,
                0f,
                false))
            {
                e.Graphics.FillRectangle(b, item.ContentRectangle);
            }
        }

        // The RolloverItem control only supports 
        // the ImageLayout.Center setting for the
        // BackgroundImage property.
        if (item.BackgroundImageLayout == ImageLayout.Center)
        {
            // Get references to the item's ContentRectangle
            // and BackgroundImage, for convenience.
            Rectangle cr = item.ContentRectangle;
            Image bgi = item.BackgroundImage;

            // Compute the center of the item's ContentRectangle.
            int centerX = (cr.Width - bgi.Width) / 2;
            int centerY = (cr.Height - bgi.Height) / 2;

            // If the item is selected, draw the background
            // image as usual. Otherwise, draw it as disabled.
            if (item.Selected)
            {
                e.Graphics.DrawImage(bgi, centerX, centerY);
            }
            else
            {
                ControlPaint.DrawImageDisabled(
                        e.Graphics,
                        bgi,
                        centerX,
                        centerY,
                        item.BackColor);
            }
        }

        // If the item is in the rollover state, 
        // draw a border around it.
        if (item.Rollover)
        {
            ControlPaint.DrawFocusRectangle(
                e.Graphics,
                item.ContentRectangle);
        }
    }
}
' This method defines the behavior for rendering the
' background of a ToolStripItem. If the item is a
' RolloverItem, it paints the item's BackgroundImage 
' centered in the client area. If the mouse is in the 
' item's client area, a border is drawn around it.
' If the item is on a drop-down or if it is on the
' overflow, a gradient is painted in the background.
Protected Overrides Sub OnRenderItemBackground(ByVal e As ToolStripItemRenderEventArgs)
    MyBase.OnRenderItemBackground(e)

    Dim item As RolloverItem = CType(e.Item, RolloverItem)

    ' If the ToolSTripItem is of type RolloverItem, 
    ' perform custom rendering for the background.
    If (item IsNot Nothing) Then
        If item.Placement = ToolStripItemPlacement.Overflow OrElse item.IsOnDropDown Then
            Dim b As New LinearGradientBrush(item.ContentRectangle, Color.Salmon, Color.DarkRed, 0.0F, False)
            Try
                e.Graphics.FillRectangle(b, item.ContentRectangle)
            Finally
                b.Dispose()
            End Try
        End If

        ' The RolloverItem control only supports 
        ' the ImageLayout.Center setting for the
        ' BackgroundImage property.
        If item.BackgroundImageLayout = ImageLayout.Center Then
            ' Get references to the item's ContentRectangle
            ' and BackgroundImage, for convenience.
            Dim cr As Rectangle = item.ContentRectangle
            Dim bgi As Image = item.BackgroundImage

            ' Compute the center of the item's ContentRectangle.
            Dim centerX As Integer = CInt((cr.Width - bgi.Width) / 2)
            Dim centerY As Integer = CInt((cr.Height - bgi.Height) / 2)

            ' If the item is selected, draw the background
            ' image as usual. Otherwise, draw it as disabled.
            If item.Selected Then
                e.Graphics.DrawImage(bgi, centerX, centerY)
            Else
                ControlPaint.DrawImageDisabled(e.Graphics, bgi, centerX, centerY, item.BackColor)
            End If
        End If

        ' If the item is in the rollover state, 
        ' draw a border around it.
        If item.Rollover Then
            ControlPaint.DrawFocusRectangle(e.Graphics, item.ContentRectangle)
        End If
    End If
End Sub

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