BorderSkinStyle Enumeration
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BorderSkinStyle Enumeration

.NET Framework (current version)
 

Specifies a style for the border skin of a chart.

Namespace:   System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting
Assembly:  System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization (in System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.dll)

public enum BorderSkinStyle

Member nameDescription
Emboss

Use an embossed border skin.

FrameThin1

Use a thin border skin with rounded corners.

FrameThin2

Use a thin border skin with rounded top corners.

FrameThin3

Use a thin border skin with square corners.

FrameThin4

Use a thin border skin with square outside corners and rounded inside corners.

FrameThin5

Use a thin border skin with rounded corners and screws.

FrameThin6

Use a thin border skin with square inside corners and rounded outside corners.

FrameTitle1

Use a border skin with rounded corners.

FrameTitle2

Use a border skin with rounded top corners.

FrameTitle3

Use a border skin with square corners.

FrameTitle4

Use a border skin with rounded inside corners and square outside corners.

FrameTitle5

Use a border skin with rounded corners and screws.

FrameTitle6

Use a border skin with rounded outside corners and square inside corners.

FrameTitle7

Use a border skin with rounded corners. No border on the right side.

FrameTitle8

Use a border skin with rounded corners on top and bottom sides only.

None

No border skin is used.

Raised

Use a raised border skin.

Sunken

Use a sunken border skin.

The BorderSkin class represents the style of the border skin used for a chart image. If you set the F:System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting.BorderSkin.SkinStyle property to None, no skin will be used. This is the default value for the F:System.Windows.Forms.DataVisualization.Charting.BorderSkin.SkinStyle property.

System_CAPS_noteNote

The difference between the sets of border skin styles that use frames and follow either the naming convention FrameThin* or "FrameTitle*—for example, FrameThin1 or FrameTitle1—is the shape and thickness of their frames.

In addition, if you use one of the "FrameThin" style border skins, the title of the chart will not be displayed. However, if you use one of the "FrameTitle" style border skins, the title of the chart will appear in the top-horizontal part of the frame.

.NET Framework
Available since 4.0
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