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What is a visual attribute (VAT) ?

What is a visual attribute? Differences between VAT and Property Class ? Thank you in advance.

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asked Jan 27, 2010 at 01:20 PM in Default

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Visual attributes are the font, color, and pattern properties that you set for form and menu objects that appear in your application's interface.

Named visual attributes define only font, color, and pattern attributes; property classes can contain these and any other properties. You can change the appearance of objects at runtime by changing the named visual attribute programmatically; property class assignment cannot be changed programmatically. When an object is inheriting from both a property class and a named visual attribute, the named visual attribute settings take precedence, and any visual attribute properties in the class are ignored.

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answered Feb 02, 2010 at 11:36 AM

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visual attribute is a option in froms developer which used to same look and feel of a application in visual attribute we define the color ,font size,background color ,text box color button color and all layout . and attach visual attribute in from and we get same look and feel of whole application

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answered Oct 27, 2010 at 07:59 AM

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