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Snap lines

For a bespoke control, how can I implement my own designer snap lines in
VS2005? I remember finding an MS article once, but I now can't re-locate it.

Basically, I have a custom-control that comprises e.g. a TextBox and some
other things; I don't want to do anything too clever - I just want to
forward the snap-lines on my control to inherit those from the TextBox,
mainly for the "bottom of the text" snap line (for want of a better term) -
"the pink one" (how's that for uber-technical ;-p).

Cheers in advance;

Marc
Dec 2 '05 #1
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You can get information on snap lines at the link below. It may be helpful.
http://www.windowsforms.net/Default....dex=5&tabid=60

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For a bespoke control, how can I implement my own designer snap lines in
VS2005? I remember finding an MS article once, but I now can't re-locate it.
Basically, I have a custom-control that comprises e.g. a TextBox and some
other things; I don't want to do anything too clever - I just want to
forward the snap-lines on my control to inherit those from the TextBox,
mainly for the "bottom of the text" snap line (for want of a better term) - "the pink one" (how's that for uber-technical ;-p).

Cheers in advance;

Marc

Dec 2 '05 #2

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