Display rich and formatted content in tooltips, as well as labels and error messages in your application using HTML. SuperTooltip components support the following HTML items:
Further customize the look of your tooltip with rounded corners, instead of the standard rectangular corner. SuperToolTip provides a RoundedCorners property that makes this possible.
Create professional looking, Vista-style tooltips, or choose from four other available background gradients: Blue, Gold, Olive, and Silver.
With the Opacity property of SuperTooltip, you can create semi-transparent tooltips.
The SuperTooltip.Popup event enables you to manage the position of the tooltip. For example, display a tooltip anywhere to draw attention to a certain control on your form. The tooltip can be positioned by a control's location or by client coordinates.
Use the SuperLabel control to display blocks of rich content — which is encoded as HTML — in your Windows Forms apps. Include paragraph formatting, images, tables and even hyperlinks, which can navigate within your application or take the user to the Web.
SuperTooltip for WinForms uses its own lightweight HTML parser and renderer completely written in C#, which is much faster than its standard counterparts. Because it doesn't depend on Internet Explorer, SuperTooltip for WinForms doesn't come with the security concerns often associated with the WebBrowser control.
The new SuperErrorProvider is similar to the standard ErrorProvider component, except that it enables you to display rich error information using HTML instead of plain text. For example, you can use icons and bold red titles for the error tooltips, making messages more clear to the user. You can also display error messages when the user hovers or clicks on the error images.