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Hi guys,

I'm trying to use Graphics.Graphi cs2D.DrawLine in my app. I can draw the line perfectly but I want it to appear on top of a panel.

The line is drawn when an item in a context menu is selected (ie. on that item's click event) so I cant use the panel's Paint event handler to draw the line.

To put what I'm trying to do in context:

I have 5 buttons. Each of these buttons has a context menu with various choices. Each button is placed by the user somewhere into the panel. Then when the user chooses a context menu item, I want to draw a line from the buttons location, to a Point in the panel that is specified in the Click event handler of the context menu item.

So far all I have been able to do is draw the line on the form (but not the panel), I can also draw the line beneath the panel.

Any help will be appreciated.

May 16 '06 #1
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