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I am developing a tic tac toe(noughts and crosses) game using VB and my question is: How can i best represent the points on the board so that they respond to mouse clicks by showing a cross or nought.That is what control can i use.
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I'd recommend using the Image control -- they are excellent lightweight controls that receive mousedown, mousemove, and click events.  They're transparent, and can hold graphics.  Should do exactly what you need.

Good luck!
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It works just fine.
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