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Questionhow to prevent changing columns' width in datagrid? Pin
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GeneralQuestion about GUI techniques... Interesting, I promise. Pin
madjeux8-Jan-04 15:01
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Hey, So I have some questions about technique when it comes to .net desktop development. My goal first off, is to be able to create an object on the desktop of my application and be able to pick it up and move it with the mouse. I'm convinced I could do this pretty easily using a Panel/Canvas object with a transparent background, however, I want for my objects to be non-rectangular. More precisely, polynomials of any fashion.

In Java, I used to just create an object that extended the Polygon class, and then assigned a MouseListener to it, check to see if the mouse being clicked was inside the polygon and wallah! C# and Java being so similar I would have expected this to be as well, however it does not seem so.

To elaborate, let me give an example. If anyone is experienced with diagram applications, like Visio, when you grab a line connecting two objects, you can draw it and manipulate it in almost any way you want. This can't possibly be a rectangular object. How is this done?

I'm curious about the technique used because it's something that seems a little less straight forward. However, I may be wrong. Please advise!


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GeneralDynamic Casting for use in Polymorphic/overloaded methods. Pin
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