HeaderFontSource Property

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Edition Date: May 2019

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Data Type


Use the following constants with this data type:

  • FontSource_UseContainerFont–(Value: 2) The font the container supplies.
  • FontSource_UseFontProperty–(Value: 0) A corresponding Font property of the control determines the font.
  • FontSource_UseGUIFont–(Value: 1) The default system font for user interface objects.
  • FontSource_UseIconFont–(Value: 5) The system font for an icon title.
  • FontSource_UseInactiveTitlebarFont–(Value: 4) The system font for an inactive titlebar.
  • FontSource_UseMenuFont–(Value: 6) The system font for a menu.
  • FontSource_UseMessageBoxFont–(Value: 7) The system font for a message box.
  • FontSource_UsePaletteTitleFont–(Value: 8) The system font for the title of a Tools window.
  • FontSource_UseSelectedItemsFont–(Value: 9) The system font for the selected menu items.
  • FontSource_UseSystemFixedWidthFont–(Value: 11) The system font for monospaced text.
  • FontSource_UseTitlebarFont–(Value: 3) The system font for a title bar.
  • FontSource_UseToolTipFont–(Value: 10) The system font for tooltips and status bars.


Specifies the font the control uses. The default value for this property is FontSource_UseGUIFont.


When the value of this property is FontSource_UseFontProperty, the corresponding Font property specifies the particular font the control uses. Otherwise, the control uses the font from the source this property specifies.

Set this property to a value other than FontSource_UseFontProperty if you expect the font the SequenceView.HeaderFont property specifies to not be present on a computer at run time. For example, a font present on an English version of the Microsoft Windows operating system might not be present on a Japanese version of the Windows operating system.

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