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Fade effect in a usercontrol

Ali Rizwan
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P: 927
Hi all,
I made a usercontrol and want to give fade effects to it.
Now problem is that i m using alpha command as i use in my cool form.
Nothing is happninig.
How can i give fade effect to a usercontrol.

Thanx
Dec 15 '07 #1
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Dököll
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Hi all,
I made a usercontrol and want to give fade effects to it.
Now problem is that i m using alpha command as i use in my cool form.
Nothing is happninig.
How can i give fade effect to a usercontrol.

Thanx
Does this have to do with the ocx idea, Ali? Perhaps you're cooking something different here:-)
Dec 16 '07 #2

Ali Rizwan
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P: 927
Does this have to do with the ocx idea, Ali? Perhaps you're cooking something different here:-)
Yup
I want to make a different style of ocx.
As you have seen in Mycomputer's left side toolbar where you have three or four sections for system tasks, other places and details.
When you collaps it there is a fade effect and when you expand it there is also a fade effect.
I want to make a frame like that.But fade effect is not working in ocx but is working in default form.

Will you have any solution about this.

Thanx

>> ALI <<
Dec 16 '07 #3

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