Can I ... with Indicator or SpanIndicator?

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Posted 20 years ago by Alex_3333
Can I display a span indicator like an inactive breakpoint at Visual Studio .Net or 2003 ? I'm about a line block with a thin boundary without filling. How do this if I can? Will this planed if I can not now?

Thanks a lot for help.

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Posted 20 years ago by Actipro Software Support - Cleveland, OH, USA
Actually someone just posted about that and we've added it for the next release. You can make one yourself by inheriting SpanIndicator and drawing the glyph yourself. For our implementation, we added an Enabled property to the BreakpointIndicator class that draws a hollow circle if not enabled.

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Posted 20 years ago by Alex_3333
I tells about drawing one line around all part of a multiline indicator without filling not about drawing a glypth. I can make this for each lines of the such indicator separately (by overrding of Indicator.DrawMarks()) but not together. See also coupled glypth wish at the topic "A glypth for a multiline indicator".
The latest build of this product (v24.1.0) was released 4 months ago, which was after the last post in this thread.

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