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Panel Background Image repeating

Posted on 2006-11-10
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I have a panel that is 300x200 with a background image in the top left hand corner. THe image is only 100x100px. I just want the image to stay in the top corner however it is repeating multiple times over the image. How do i fix this? Is there a no-repeat property or something?
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Question by:craigdev
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u can use backgroundimagelayout to fix the backgroud...try stretch
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Set the panel backgroundImageLayout = None
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Hi, did this work for you ?
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