Nevron .NET Vision Documentation
Tooltip

Tooltips are displayed when the mouse hovers over the object. The tooltip is represented by an instance of the NTooltipAttribute class. You assign a tooltip to the object by creating an instance of this class and adding it to the InteractivityAttributes collection. For example:

C#
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NTooltipAttribute tooltipAttribute = new NTooltipAttribute("Some tooltip");
someObject.InteractivityStyle.InteractivityAttributes.Add(tooltipAttribute);
Visual Basic
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Dim tooltipAttribute As New NTooltipAttribute("Some tooltip")
someObject.InteractivityStyle.InteractivityAttributes.Add(tooltipAttribute)

You can also use the Tooltip property of the NInteractivityStyle object:

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someObject.InteractivityStyle.Tooltip = new NTooltipAttribute("Some tooltip");
Visual Basic
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someObject.InteractivityStyle.Tooltip = New NTooltipAttribute("Some tooltip")
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