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Ok.. so here's the scenario:
I have a main user control (MUC) set to autoscroll its width cannot be more than 400px wide.
I add (using code not drag and drop) a series of identical inner user controls (IUCs)ÃÂ to MUC which are wider than 400px there the scroll bars kick into action (which is fine).
But... When I click on an IUC the MUC adjusts itself so the the top,left edge of the IUC is visible. e.g. if I scroll to the right most edge of an IUC and click on it, as soon as it get focus it causes the MUC to jump back to the left most top edge of the IUC I clicked on.
I am assuming the the Scrollbars on the MUC are trying to automatically fit the IUC into the visible area and I would like to stop it from doing this. I have tried a number of things but the only thing that stops this occuring is disabling the IUCs.
Thanks in advance
Hiii Coders ,
I have created my website. Now what is my requirement is that on higher resolution it should be centralized means margin from both sides should be same.
How can i get it working
plz provide me some code snippet plz
thanx and regards
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So is there any functionality available in visual studio 2010 or may be in an other 3rd party tool available to do so, which can remove all the #region from all over the source code ?
Otherwise my developers has to do donkey work.... :(( and I don't wish it.
Any help or tips/tricks would be appreciated.
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Does anybody know if it's possible to configure the control to do this?
Any pointers on how I can get started writing the behavior into the custom control myself?
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