VLViewport with Source Code

VLViewport with Source CodeVLViewPort container control provides a scrollable viewport. It lets you specify the viewport extent and allows scrolling of the view whenever your form is smaller than the specified extents. It also supports automatic calculation of viewport extent based on the position of it’s contained controls.
Auto adjust extent mode handles even dynamically added controls (controls that you add to the viewport control at runtime).
Key Features
Automatic adjustment of viewport extent
Automatically display or hide scrollbars
Automatic scrolling of view port when user tabs through the contained controls
Automatic filling of control’s container, with margins on all sizes, on container resizes
Control margins beyond the right most and bottom most contained controls
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