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dynamically created panel needs roolover highlight action..

Posted on 2012-03-15
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Hi I have created a series of panels programatically.
How to I make all of them have a roll over effect?

I can do it with the mousein,mouse out for a predrawn panel put have no idea how to attach an action to a set of dynamically drawn panels!

Thanks
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Question by:jellydeal
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Mike Tomlinson earned 500 total points
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Use AddHandler to wire up the events of the dynamically created panels.
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Try setting the color using the Enter and Leave events of the Panel (not sure this works though, panel does not have an OnHover event.)
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