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Space between menu and form

Posted on 2004-10-20
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This may not be the best place to ask but where else to find more coders that might know how to fix it.  I use vb.net 2002 and when I put a mainmenu on a form the background is the white color and the rest of the form is the control color, now where the bottom of the mainmenu meets the rest of the form there is about a 2 pixel white line that runs as wide as the form does.  I have no way of knowing how to get rid of it but it has been bothering me for almost a year now.  Suggestions on getting rid of it?

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RonaldBiemans earned 500 total points
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Hi teamdad,

Well you can't get rid of it, it's there by design. The only way to get rid of it would be to draw it yourself.

bummer ;-)


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Hummmm nice design plot.  I just draw a dark line just under it and it looks like a nice 3d bevel seperator line. Thanks for the input, it's been bothering me for a while now.  
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