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Designerverb and Image

I created a simple usercontrol with a designer class derived from
ControlDesigner.
The designer class implements a designer verb "TestVerb".
when i add this usercontrol to a form in the vs-net designer and then right
click on my usercontrol it shows a contextmenu with "view code" ... and my
verb inside.
all menuitems have their toolbar image, but not my verb!

how can i give my verb such a toolbar image? i don't see a property for that
in the DesignerVerb class. is it an attribute?
how does the context menu get the toolbar images?
are they from visual studio or from the form root designer ?
please help

Thanks, Claudio
Nov 21 '05 #1
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