Use this dialog to change the component mapping of the selected control.
Read more abut component mapping.
Specifies the class name of the component to be mapped
Type of the component. Select from the list the most suitable component that present the above component. If you are unsure what component to choose, use the Basic control. It is a simple white control with single borders. You can use it to resize your control event it doesn't look exactly the same. If you have a custom container control, use the Panel.
Shows a sample component using the selected component type.
Shows some additional information about selected component.
You can exclude or include properties of the component separately. The most common situation is to exclude some properties that not need to be translated. Use the following buttons to edit properties:
|Add||Adds a new property.|
|Remove||Removes a property.|
|Edit||Edits a property.|
|Import||Reads a list of properties from external XML-based file.|
|Export||Writes the list of properties to the external XML-based file.|
|Restore||Restores the selected property to the default value defined in the global settings.|
|Restore All||Restores all properties to the default values defined in the global settings.|
Specifies the component options. Possible values are:
|Enabled||If checked the mapping is enabled. If unchecked the mapping is a member is mappings collection but it is not used.|
|Exclude the whole component and it's properties||If checked the whole component will be excluded. You have to add the properties that are scanned.|
|Exclude all string properties by default||If checked all string properties of component will be excluded.|
|Support wide strings||If checked component uses WideString instead of Sting to store string properties. For example TNT and ElPack components use wide strings.|