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QuestionHow can I get some objects like HttpContext when using SingleCall SAOS and does not host in IIS (with HttpChannel) Pin
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GeneralC# Forms/Controls Pin
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Luther Baker7-Jan-04 20:28
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The first method works, and provides my insets.

But regarding option #2, the point of the border was to "pad" the form. I do in fact, get the border to draw, but the child controls still Dock against the edges of the form, overlapping even the border I am drawing.

Should I somehow affect the Form.ClientRectangle {get;} before forwarding to base.OnPaint () so that the border I've drawn is not overlapped by child controls? Or shall I work it out by attaching child controls to a singular, centered child Panel again?

Also - what is the Form.ClipRectangle represent? The area that needs repainting? In my little app, its always 0,0,0,0. Shouldn't it be equal to the Form.ClientRectangle? It is 0,0,0,0 every time OnPaint gets called. Even when the app is completely hidden by other windows - and then pulled to the front.

Regardless, thats just neat stuff.

Thanks,

-Luther
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