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VB can not send picturebox to back

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i cant seem to send a picturebox to back .. its always infront..

is it something to do with being a picture box?

I have no problem with imageboxes..

I tried to do it in design mode.. and also during run time with zOrder.. no luck
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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to back, yes, but not behind lables, for example.

you would need to put the lables onto a framebox, and then you can but the picturebox behind the frame control
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Thank you, I will just use imageboxes :)
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