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Posted on 2005-05-15
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hi,
 in my program i add Panels in this way
              Panel p = new Panel();
               // set properties
               p.Top = 0;
               p.Left =0;
               p.Height =100;
               p.Width = 100;
               p.BackColor = Color.Red ;
               //add the panel
               this.Controls.Add(p);
in my MouseMove Event of these Panels, How can i check the properties of the panel i am making an event on it.

the compiler write to me that the namespace couldn't be found, because i am adding panels in running time and not in design time


thnx
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by:b1xml2
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then go explicit:
System.Windows.Forms.Panel p = new System.Windows.Forms.Panel();
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by:madmare
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i am adding more than one panel by this way, all these panels have the same name because i am adding by Button_Click event, the problem is by the MouseMove event on one of these panels, becuase i haven't add it in design time the compiler write to me that the namespace couldn't be found.
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p.MouseMove += new MouseEventHandler(Form1.Panel_MouseMove);

private void Form1_MouseMove(object sender, MouseEventArgs e)
{
  Panel p = (Panel)sender;                  
}
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by:madmare
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thnx alot
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