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Achieve beautiful dashboard panels in your project using shadow panel

Bunifu Shadow Panel

Bunifu Shadow panel is Used to group collections of controls and has  customizable  raised Shadow effect (Material Design Card inspired). It is available in Bunifu UI WinForms version 1.5.6.0

Bunifu Shadow panel inherits from WinForms panel. It works and has the same properties, events and methods as the default Windows form panel.

BunifuProperties

Name Description
panelColor Gets or sets the color of the panel. (Color)
ShadowTopLeftVisible Gets or sets a value indicating whether top left Shadow is visible. (bool)
BorderColor Gets or sets the border color of the panel.
ShadowDept Gets the shadow dept. (Raised Effect)

 

This property will hide the shadows from top right side of the shadow panel, creating an effect where light comes from top left side of the panel. (Light perspective)

 

This property will display shadows from all sides of the panel.

BorderColor

Bunifu Shadow panel with a thin border on the opposite side of the shadow will create  the best and most appealing shadow effect.

the border color enables you to and custom color border with shadow .

A Panel is a control that contains other controls. You can use a Panel to group collections of controls such as a group of RadioButton controls. As with other container controls such as the GroupBox control, if the Panel control’s Enabled property is set to false, the controls contained within the Panel will also be disabled.

The Panel control is displayed by default without any borders. You can provide a standard or three-dimensional border using the BorderStyleproperty to distinguish the area of the panel from other areas on the form. Because the Panel control derives from the ScrollableControl class, you can use the AutoScroll property to enable scroll bars in the Panel control. When the AutoScroll property is set to true, any controls located within the Panel (but outside of its visible region), can be scrolled to with the scroll bars provided.

The Panel control does not display a caption. If you need a control similar to a Panel that can display a caption, see the GroupBox control.

More Microsoft WinForms panel documentation reference can be found Here

Kim Too Flex (MVP)
Kim Too Flex (MVP)
CTO and Lead software engineer Bunifu Framework

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