Remove the Subquery Structure and Properties tabs from DesignPanel

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    Sergey Smagin (Product manager)

    Hello,

    You can find the needed options in the QueryBuider.PaneConfigurationOptions property group: QueryNavigationBarVisible, SubQueryNavBarEnabled, PropertiesBarEnabled. Set them to false to hide these controls.

    Also, you can take advantage of the separate UI controls mode and tune the controls composition the way you like.

     

    BTW, have you managed to open demo projects in VS 2010 or still need help?

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    Sergey Smagin (Product manager)

    You can run .csproj, not .sln, files to open demo projects in Visual Studio 2010. The only problem you may experience with some demos is that some .NET DB connectors require .NET Framework 4.5 and higher. You can simply remove the unsupported assemblies from demo projects, they will run with the rest of the DB connectors fine.

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