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- 02/14/2011 at 12:58 pm #3888
Has anyone used the Custom Layout option under the Form Layout Display option? I have been unable to understand how to use it and the information in the Help Files are pretty broad and there isn’t much mention of it when I google it.
We need to add a custom label at the bottom of a qListForm in Edit mode. I would also like to display a radio button field and a text field horizontally next to each other in the qListForm.
It appeared the best way to accomplish this was with a Custom Layout but I need some help and examples of how to use it.
- 02/14/2011 at 12:58 pm #5087
There is a sample project for custom form layout that we ship with the Quest Web Part installer.
Please check your installation folder
..\Program Files\Quest Software\Quest Web Parts\Sample Code\ple CustomActionsAdCustmLayoutFolder
and open the solution using Visual Studio and go to the file pleLayoutManager.cs file. You'll find there all the info you need to build your own custom layout.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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