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Question asked by VRFuser on May 21, 2008
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One idea might be to layout the buttons and programmatically show them with their Visible property. If button spacing is an issue, you could have several different panels with different numbers of buttons and show the one that you want (or use one panel and set the location programmatically, I've never done this).  All a lot of work depending on how many cases

-Lenny

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From: Schlieker, Reiner [mailto:reiner.schlieker@siemens.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 9:22 AM
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Subject: RE: [vrf] Need help on .net framework

Ah now I see that he's creating the buttons programmatically, so I'm not sure how it would work in that case.  If you open the example button.vee under dotNET, you can right click on the control and create an event handler for it.

Sorry I can't be of more help...

Reiner

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From:   Shawn Fessenden [mailto:shawn@vrfarchive.com
<mailto:shawn@vrfarchive.com> ]
Sent:   Wednesday, May 21, 2008 6:38 AM
To:     VRF
Subject:        RE: [vrf] Need help on .net framework

I've just been going over all this again, and I still don't see a way to get it done. From a C point of view it's all very straight forward and simple to understand. As soon as you involve an oo framework, it gets all weird and mystical. Maybe what's needed is a new framework that simply assumes you need to do something useful without chewing up twice as many resources as necessary.

The old VB control array handled this case very well. There's got to be some way to do this intelligently. Panel.Controls needs to be able to short circuit it's members events and map them elsewhere. THAT would be simple.

-SHAWN-
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