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FlowLayoutPanel, why can't I remove the space between my controls?

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Hi,
I want to make a toolbox form (like the one in Adobe Photoshop), so I would
like to put many buttons one beside the others (beside, over and under, just
like the toolbox in photoshop). I thought FlowLayoutPanel would be the thing
to go, but I can't remove the space between my buttons even if I put all
zeros (0) in margin and padding.

Is there something I'm missing? How can I remove this space (8px between
buttons)

Thanks

ThunderMusic
Jan 24 '07 #1
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If you don't like te way layout is done you can create your own custom
layout manager.

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/lib...outengine.aspx
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ThunderMusic wrote:
Hi,
I want to make a toolbox form (like the one in Adobe Photoshop), so I would
like to put many buttons one beside the others (beside, over and under, just
like the toolbox in photoshop). I thought FlowLayoutPanel would be the thing
to go, but I can't remove the space between my buttons even if I put all
zeros (0) in margin and padding.

Is there something I'm missing? How can I remove this space (8px between
buttons)

Thanks

ThunderMusic

Jan 26 '07 #2

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