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MaskedTextBox Appearance

The MaskedTextBox provides predefined appearance options such as different sizes, border radiuses and fill modes.

The following example demonstrates all available appearance options of the MaskedTextBox in action.

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Size

The MaskedTextBox allows you to set different padding on the internal <input> element. To achieve this utilize the size property. It accepts values of type InputSize or none.

The size option supports the following values:

  • smallSets the padding of the internal <input> element to 2px 8px.
  • medium (default)Sets the padding of the internal <input> element to 4px 8px.
  • largeSets the padding of the internal <input> element to 6px 8px.
  • noneThe none option removes the built-in sizing of the MaskedTextBox. Allows for custom padding.

The following example demonstrates how to define the size of the MaskedTextBox.

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Roundness

The MaskedTextBox enables you to apply different border radius to the component through the rounded property. It accepts values of type InputRounded or none.

The rounded option supports the following values:

  • smallSets the border radius of the MaskedTextBox to 1px.
  • medium (default)Sets the border radius of the MaskedTextBox to 2px.
  • largeSets the border radius of the MaskedTextBox to 4px.
  • fullSets the border radius of the MaskedTextBox track to 9999px.
  • noneThe none option removes the built-in roundness of the MaskedTextBox. Allows for custom border radius.

The following example demonstrates how to define the border radius of the MaskedTextBox.

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Fill Mode

The MaskedTextBox allows you to set different fill modes by using fillMode property. It accepts values of type InputFillMode or none.

The fillMode option supports the following values:

  • flatSets a transparent background and solid bottom border.
  • solid (default)Applies a background color and solid borders.
  • outlineSets a transparent background and solid borders.
  • noneThe none option removes the built-in fill mode styles of the MaskedTextBox. Allows for custom background and border styles.

The following example demonstrates how to define the fill mode of the MaskedTextBox.

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