Exclude Display of Base Class Properties

Sep 20, 2013 at 11:35 AM
I have a class DesignerItem, which inherits from System,Windows.Controls.ContentControl, which obviously I do not have access to for modifying.
I want to display the properties in DesignerItem but don't want to try and get it to display the items in ContentControl ( because it can't anyway), how do I stop it trying. For separate properties, I see you can stop them displaying by using [Browsable(false)], but obviously I cannot place these directives in the ContentControl itself
Sep 23, 2013 at 8:48 AM
Is this related to PropertyControl? Try the "ShowDeclaredOnly" setting.
Sep 24, 2013 at 2:43 PM
Thanks, that removed some of the properties of the ContentControl, but not all. I have rewritten it now to bind to a class that contains all my positional info in a separate class within my DesignerItem.

If I have class structure such as

TBkr which inherits from PSCObject which inherits from GraphicObject

I want tabs on my Property control, but I want it to have the tab for GraphicsObject as tab1 followed by PSCObject followed by TBkr. How do I get the tabs to order in this way?