VideoUploader.PaneItemDesign Property

Settings for thumbnail item appearance.

Syntax

Get/Set Value in Runtime

JavaScript
getVideoUploader("VideoUploaderID").setPaneItemDesign(Pane, Index, value);
value = getVideoUploader("VideoUploaderID").getPaneItemDesign(Pane, Index);

Parameters

Pane

A member of the following enumeration:

String valueInteger valueDescription
FolderPane0

A folder pane (which displays the current folder content).

UploadPane1

An upload pane (which displays files from the upload list).

Note

When you get this value through JavaScript, an integer value will be returned.

Index

A non-negative integer that specifies an index of a thumbnail item on a pane (one-based). It should not exceed PaneItemCount - 1 for the specified pane.

Property Value

A string that specifies the item appearance. See the Remarks section for more details on the string format.

Remarks

The string that contains the appearance settings has the following syntax:

param1=value1;param2=value2;...

Below is the list of supported parameters:

ParameterDescription
BackgroundColor

A color value specified as a hex representation of the RGB triad in HTML-style syntax (#rrggbb) or as a color name ("white" and so on) . This value specifies the background color of the thumbnail item.

Note

See the full list of supported color names in MSDN. Pay attention that user-defined colors are not supported.

ForegroundColor

A color value specified as a hex representation of the RGB triad in HTML-style syntax (#rrggbb) or as a color name ("white" and so on) . This value specifies the foreground color of the thumbnail item. This color fills item with the specified opacity.

Note

See the full list of supported color names in MSDN. Pay attention that user-defined colors are not supported.

ForegroundOpacity

An integer value that specifies the opacity of the foreground color. By default, 0 (completely transparent).

BorderLineColorLeft

A color value specified as a hex representation of the RGB triad in HTML-style syntax (#rrggbb) or as a color name ("white" and so on) . This value specifies the color of the left item border.

Note

See the full list of supported color names in MSDN. Pay attention that user-defined colors are not supported.

BorderLineColorRight

A color value specified as a hex representation of the RGB triad in HTML-style syntax (#rrggbb) or as a color name ("white" and so on) . This value specifies the color of the right item border.

Note

See the full list of supported color names in MSDN. Pay attention that user-defined colors are not supported.

BorderLineColorTop

A color value specified as a hex representation of the RGB triad in HTML-style syntax (#rrggbb) or as a color name ("white" and so on) . This value specifies the color of the top item border.

Note

See the full list of supported color names in MSDN. Pay attention that user-defined colors are not supported.

BorderLineColorBottom

A color value specified as a hex representation of the RGB triad in HTML-style syntax (#rrggbb) or as a color name ("white" and so on) . This value specifies the color of the bottom item border.

Note

See the full list of supported color names in MSDN. Pay attention that user-defined colors are not supported.

BorderLineStyleLeft

A member of the following enumeration that specifies the style of the left item border:

String valueInteger valueDescription
Invisible 0 No grid visible.
Solid 1 Grid is drawn with a solid line.
Dash 2 Grid is drawn with a dashed line.
Dot 3 Grid is drawn with a dotted line.
DashDot 4 Grid is drawn with dash-dotted line.
DashDotDot 5 Grid is drawn with dash-dot-dotted line.

If unsupported string value is passed, it is interpreted as Invisible.

Note

When you get this property value through the JavaScript, integer value will be returned (even if you initialize the property with a string value).

BorderLineStyleRight

A member of the following enumeration that specifies the style of the right item border:

String valueInteger valueDescription
Invisible 0 No grid visible.
Solid 1 Grid is drawn with a solid line.
Dash 2 Grid is drawn with a dashed line.
Dot 3 Grid is drawn with a dotted line.
DashDot 4 Grid is drawn with dash-dotted line.
DashDotDot 5 Grid is drawn with dash-dot-dotted line.

If unsupported string value is passed, it is interpreted as Invisible.

Note

When you get this property value through the JavaScript, integer value will be returned (even if you initialize the property with a string value).

BorderLineStyleTop

A member of the following enumeration that specifies the style of the top item border:

String valueInteger valueDescription
Invisible 0 No grid visible.
Solid 1 Grid is drawn with a solid line.
Dash 2 Grid is drawn with a dashed line.
Dot 3 Grid is drawn with a dotted line.
DashDot 4 Grid is drawn with dash-dotted line.
DashDotDot 5 Grid is drawn with dash-dot-dotted line.

If unsupported string value is passed, it is interpreted as Invisible.

Note

When you get this property value through the JavaScript, integer value will be returned (even if you initialize the property with a string value).

BorderLineStyleBottom

A member of the following enumeration that specifies the style of the bottom item border:

String valueInteger valueDescription
Invisible 0 No grid visible.
Solid 1 Grid is drawn with a solid line.
Dash 2 Grid is drawn with a dashed line.
Dot 3 Grid is drawn with a dotted line.
DashDot 4 Grid is drawn with dash-dotted line.
DashDotDot 5 Grid is drawn with dash-dot-dotted line.

If unsupported string value is passed, it is interpreted as Invisible.

Note

When you get this property value through the JavaScript, integer value will be returned (even if you initialize the property with a string value).

See Also

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