To help simplify the display, the IntelliScript organizes the properties in two categories:
Basic properties. Properties that are important in most uses of the component. You usually need to assign these properties to use the component.
Advanced properties. Properties that you often do not need to assign. The properties may have default values that you usually do not need to change, or the properties may implement options that you often do not need to use.
The IntelliScript always displays the basic properties. It hides the advanced properties until you choose to display them.
The distinction is for display purposes only. Advanced properties are just as easy to use as basic properties. Do not hesitate to use them if they are needed in your projects.