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How can I include controls inside of ToolTipManger?

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Michael
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Michael asked on 20 Jul 2008, 08:15 AM
How can I include controls inside of ToolTipManger in aspx (design mode)? If it's possible?

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Shinu
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answered on 21 Jul 2008, 11:35 AM
Hi,

Go through the following help article and see whether it helps.
Using the TargetControls Collection

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Svetlina Anati
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answered on 21 Jul 2008, 12:00 PM
Hi Michael,

You cannot use the RadToolTipManager in the described manner because it shows different content every time a new tooltip is shown. This content is loaded by using an AJAX request or a WebService and it is not static and nested in the control.

You can use the RadToolTip control as an alternative and drag controls in it in design time.

I strongly recommend to examine our online demos which concern the RadToolTip and RadToolTipManager controls and the differences between them.


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Svetlina
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answered on 21 Nov 2008, 02:56 PM
Is it then possible to make a RadToolTip display for multiple controls?  What I want to do is create a tooltip that will show a few links that, when clicked, will execute javascript.  I have multiple controls on the page that I want this displayed for and the only difference for each one is the parameter sent to the javascript function.  I was hoping that I could use the ToolTipManager and supply a value with each TargetControl that I add and somehow send that value to the javascript function that is called when a link is pressed in the tooltip.

Is this possible or do I have to create a separate tooltip for each control to be able to send in separate JS parameter values for each one?

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Svetlina Anati
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answered on 25 Nov 2008, 03:54 PM
Hello Iggy,

I am afraid I could not understand your scenario. Please, think for the RadToolTip as for a standard panel which is invisible at certain time and gets visible on event. You can consider the RadToolTipManager as a panel which content gets updated. This being said, implement your scenario only with panels and do not use the RadToolTip or RadToolTipManager at all. After you get the desired behavior, just replicate the used logic either with many separate tooltips or with a RadToolTipManager, depending on your panels implementation. In case you are able to implement the scenario with standard panels only and you experience problem in replicating it with the RadToolTip, open a new support ticket and send us the demo with the panels and we will rework it in order to have the same functionality with the RadToolTip instead of panel.


Sincerely yours,
Svetlina
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