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Disabling toolbar buttons

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What is the workaround to prevent toolbar buttons from displaying a grey square where the image should be once the toolbar button is disabled

I have transparent color of the image list set to transparent (after trying every other color)

Toolbar images are set at design time - bound to an imagelist
Nov 15 '05 #1
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Just a thought... Why not "virtually" disable the buttons by changing the
image to a disabled-appearing image of your choice and then just handle it
in the click event handler... if disabled do nothing.

Dale

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What is the workaround to prevent toolbar buttons from displaying a grey square where the image should be once the toolbar button is disabled?
I have transparent color of the image list set to transparent (after trying every other color).
Toolbar images are set at design time - bound to an imagelist.

Nov 15 '05 #2

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