Range Adorner in WPF Double TextBox

Value of DoubleTextBox can be visually indicated like a progress bar using range-adorner feature, this feature is disabled by default. You can show the adorner over DoubleTextBox control by setting EnableRangeAdorner property to true. default value of EnableRangeAdorner is false. The adorner layer can be filled in the control area on the basis of the minimum and maximum values with considering the given value. Range Adorner is not displayed when a MinValue or MaxValue property is not set.

<syncfusion:DoubleTextBox x:Name="doubleTextBox" MinValue="0" MaxValue="100" Value="63" EnableRangeAdorner="True" />
DoubleTextBox doubleTextBox = new DoubleTextBox();
doubleTextBox.MinValue = 0;
doubleTextBox.MaxValue = 100;
doubleTextBox.Value = 63;
doubleTextBox.EnableRangeAdorner =true;

DoubleTextBox default background of Range Adorner

Changing background of range-adorner

You can change the background color of the range adorner using RangeAdornerBackground property.

<syncfusion:DoubleTextBox x:Name="doubleTextBox" MinValue="0" MaxValue="100" Value="57" EnableRangeAdorner="True" RangeAdornerBackground="LightGreen"/>
DoubleTextBox doubleTextBox = new DoubleTextBox();
doubleTextBox.MinValue = 0;
doubleTextBox.MaxValue = 100;
doubleTextBox.Value = 57;
doubleTextBox.EnableRangeAdorner = true;
doubleTextBox.RangeAdornerBackground = Brushes.LightGreen;

DoubleTextBox customized background of Range Adorner