Propertygrid not updating
User can control/edit camera properties easily through Property Grid.
Repaint)] public class Brokerage public class Brokerage Converter : Expandable Object Converter The property grid doesn't use INotify Property Changed at all.
Also, Refresh Properties is for when the properties are modified through the propertygrid itself, not from outside. Maybe if the object implements IComponent, but this may be complex/overkill.
Your code shows the getter/setter boilerplate, but nothing about the backing fields.
Also, since Public Class Animal ' auto implement props available since VS2010: Public Property Name As String Public Property Species As String Public Property Weight As Double Public Property Coloring As Color ' backing field for the List: Private m Foods As List(Of String) ' this of course would be the same as your code...
I run the code, the form opens, I click on the Foods property and an Editor opens, I click Add and get the error "Constructor on type 'System.
String' not found." which I've had before, and I fixed using - which itself is an object - that property container does not exist and neither of them will create it for you.
Problem: If a refresh took place while user was entering/editing data on propertygrid (such as entering a new shutter time value), focus was suddenly lost and entered value would be replaced by new value from camera. Question: How to prevent Property Grid from performing refresh when user was doing editing? Utilizing the following method from this SO question and answer you should be able to wrap whatever code does the updating in an If conditional to check to see what control is being focused/used.
If the control in use is the propertygrid, don't do anything.
How can I have a property grid update automatically when the object in its Selected Object property changes?
I've tried implementing INotify Property Changed in my class but the property grid does not actually show the new propertyies of the object in the background until I click on it.
Also I'd like to avoid having the control Refresh multiple times after the user only updated a single property.