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StatusBar.PanelClick Event

Occurs when a StatusBarPanel object on a StatusBar control is clicked.

Namespace: System.Windows.Forms
Assembly: System.Windows.Forms (in system.windows.forms.dll)

public event StatusBarPanelClickEventHandler PanelClick
/** @event */
public void add_PanelClick (StatusBarPanelClickEventHandler value)

/** @event */
public void remove_PanelClick (StatusBarPanelClickEventHandler value)

In JScript, you can handle the events defined by a class, but you cannot define your own.
Not applicable.

You can use this event to perform tasks when a panel within a StatusBar control is clicked. The data provided to the event through the StatusBarPanelClickEventArgs passed as a parameter to the event handler enables you to determine the StatusBarPanel that was clicked by the user in order to perform tasks on the selected panel.

For more information about handling events, see Consuming Events.

The following code example demonstrates how to use the SizingGrip, StatusBarPanel.Alignment, StatusBarPanel.Width, StatusBarPanel.AutoSize, and StatusBarPanel.BorderStyle members and how to handle the PanelClick event.

To run the example, paste the following code in a form. Call the InitializeStatusBarPanels method in the form's constructor or Load method.


internal System.Windows.Forms.StatusBar statusBar1;

private void InitializeStatusBarPanels()
{

    // Create a StatusBar control.
    statusBar1 = new StatusBar();

    // Dock the status bar at the top of the form. 
    statusBar1.Dock = DockStyle.Top;

    // Set the SizingGrip property to false so the user cannot 
    // resize the status bar.
    statusBar1.SizingGrip = false;

    // Associate the event-handling method with the 
    // PanelClick event.
    statusBar1.PanelClick += 
        new StatusBarPanelClickEventHandler(statusBar1_PanelClick);

    // Create two StatusBarPanel objects to display in statusBar1.
    StatusBarPanel panel1 = new StatusBarPanel();
    StatusBarPanel panel2 = new StatusBarPanel();

    // Set the width of panel2 explicitly and set
    // panel1 to fill in the remaining space.
    panel2.Width = 80;
    panel1.AutoSize = StatusBarPanelAutoSize.Spring;

    // Set the text alignment within each panel.
    panel1.Alignment = HorizontalAlignment.Left;
    panel2.Alignment = HorizontalAlignment.Right;

    // Display the first panel without a border and the second
    // with a raised border.
    panel1.BorderStyle = StatusBarPanelBorderStyle.None;
    panel2.BorderStyle = StatusBarPanelBorderStyle.Raised;

    // Set the text of the panels. The panel1 object is reserved
    // for line numbers, while panel2 is set to the current time.
    panel1.Text = "Reserved for important information.";
    panel2.Text = System.DateTime.Now.ToShortTimeString();

    // Set a tooltip for panel2
    panel2.ToolTipText = "Click time to display seconds";

    // Display panels in statusBar1 and add them to the
    // status bar's StatusBarPanelCollection.
    statusBar1.ShowPanels = true;
    statusBar1.Panels.Add(panel1);
    statusBar1.Panels.Add(panel2);

    // Add the StatusBar to the form.
    this.Controls.Add(statusBar1);
}


// If the user clicks the status bar, check the text of the 
// StatusBarPanel.  If the text equals a short time string,
// change it to long time display.
private void statusBar1_PanelClick(object sender, 
    StatusBarPanelClickEventArgs e)
{
    if (e.StatusBarPanel.Text == 
        System.DateTime.Now.ToShortTimeString())
    {
        e.StatusBarPanel.Text = 
            System.DateTime.Now.ToLongTimeString();
    }
}

System.Windows.Forms.StatusBar statusBar1;

private void InitializeStatusBarPanels()
{
    // Create a StatusBar control.
    statusBar1 = new StatusBar();
    // Dock the status bar at the top of the form. 
    statusBar1.set_Dock(DockStyle.Top);
    // Set the SizingGrip property to false so the user cannot 
    // resize the status bar.
    statusBar1.set_SizingGrip(false);
    // Associate the event-handling method with the 
    // PanelClick event.
    statusBar1.add_PanelClick(new StatusBarPanelClickEventHandler(
        statusBar1_PanelClick));
    // Create two StatusBarPanel objects to display in statusBar1.
    StatusBarPanel panel1 = new StatusBarPanel();
    StatusBarPanel panel2 = new StatusBarPanel();
    // Set the width of panel2 explicitly and set
    // panel1 to fill in the remaining space.
    panel2.set_Width(80);
    panel1.set_AutoSize(StatusBarPanelAutoSize.Spring);
    // Set the text alignment within each panel.
    panel1.set_Alignment(HorizontalAlignment.Left);
    panel2.set_Alignment(HorizontalAlignment.Right);
    // Display the first panel without a border and the second
    // with a raised border.
    panel1.set_BorderStyle(StatusBarPanelBorderStyle.None);
    panel2.set_BorderStyle(StatusBarPanelBorderStyle.Raised);
    // Set the text of the panels. The panel1 object is reserved
    // for line numbers, while panel2 is set to the current time.
    panel1.set_Text("Reserved for important information.");
    panel2.set_Text(System.DateTime.get_Now().ToShortTimeString());
    // Set a tooltip for panel2
    panel2.set_ToolTipText("Click time to display seconds");
    // Display panels in statusBar1 and add them to the
    // status bar's StatusBarPanelCollection.
    statusBar1.set_ShowPanels(true);
    statusBar1.get_Panels().Add(panel1);
    statusBar1.get_Panels().Add(panel2);
    // Add the StatusBar to the form.
    this.get_Controls().Add(statusBar1);
} //InitializeStatusBarPanels

// If the user clicks the status bar, check the text of the 
// StatusBarPanel. If the text equals a short time string,
// change it to long time display.
private void statusBar1_PanelClick(Object sender,
    StatusBarPanelClickEventArgs e)
{
    if (e.get_StatusBarPanel().get_Text().Equals(
        System.DateTime.get_Now().ToShortTimeString())) {
        e.get_StatusBarPanel().set_Text(System.DateTime.get_Now().
            ToLongTimeString());
    }
} //statusBar1_PanelClick

Windows 98, Windows Server 2000 SP4, Windows CE, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows Mobile for Pocket PC, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter Edition

The Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 is supported on Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP SP2, and Windows Server 2003 SP1.

.NET Framework

Supported in: 3.0, 2.0, 1.1, 1.0

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