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gmendez asked on 15 Dec 2008, 06:37 PM
Hello Telerik team,

I'd like to know if there is any license limitation for using the design surface class.
The intent is to provide the end-user with a mechanism for editing a form. Not adding new controls to it, just letting him/her to visualy modify some of the controls' properties such as size and position.
If not allowed, I guess I could use the control spy for that, but being able to provide a designer-like mechanism for that would be awsome.
Best regards,

Gonzalo

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answered on 16 Dec 2008, 10:54 AM
Hello gmendez,

Thank you for your question, although we are not sure that your question is related to our controls. As far as we know, in order to use the Design Surface of Visual Studio you have to have a Visual Studio license for the computer at hand, and we will suggest to check that with Microsoft. There is no problem with our license though.


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answered on 16 Dec 2008, 12:17 PM
Hello Nick,

I don't think a Visual Studio License is needed... I thought not... but I'm not sure now.
All I know about DesignSurface and Licensing is that some UI Control vendors require a licenced copy of their product on the production machine because DesginSurface perform some checks...
Because I'm new in using Telerik RAD Controls I wanted to know if I was allowed to use DesignSurface before starting learning about it.
Ok, I'll do some research.
Thank you very much.

Regards,

Gonzalo
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