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sk27
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Creating Windows form elements on Unite Plugin UI

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Hi,

I am working on creating Unite plugin with a UI which contains some static text in the form of a table and contains some graphs.

I have explored the Unite SDK API documentation and found that there are only 2 UI elements: Information and Button(belong to PluginUIElement:UIElementsType).

With the information and button the UI is already organized in the form a icon grid due to which the text getting added is very limited(approximately 12 characters per line not exceeding 2 lines).

I would like to know if we can add the Windows form UI elements(like text box, labels, text etc) to the Unite plugin UI and also can we display graphs on the Unite Plugin??

Also, can we launch a Windows form from Unite plugin which supports all the UI components of Windows???

Thanks,

Srujana K

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idata
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The 3.x API does not support anything other than the Information and Button types. Windows form elements cannot be added to the client UI and windows cannot be opened on the client. One reason is that the plugin API was designed to be light weight and to support multiple client OSs.

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idata
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Hello srujana_k,

 

 

I understand that you would like to create an Intel Unite® plugin. I would like to assist you.

 

 

Since you would like to develop an Intel Unite® plugin that supports all Windows* User Interface components, I will do further research to know if this is feasible.

 

 

I will get back to you soon.

 

 

Wanner G.
idata
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The 3.x API does not support anything other than the Information and Button types. Windows form elements cannot be added to the client UI and windows cannot be opened on the client. One reason is that the plugin API was designed to be light weight and to support multiple client OSs.

idata
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The 3.x API does not support anything other than the Information and Button types. Windows form elements cannot be added to the client UI and windows cannot be opened on the client. One reason is that the plugin API was designed to be light weight and to support multiple client OSs.

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