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Hello,

I develop a UserControl in c#. Control name is myControl.
The UserControl has a pictureBox, checkbox, label, etc.

I want the whole UserControl Click event to be handled if and only if the user clicks on the pictureBox. (Because I use myControl in another control, and I want to catch myControl Click event if and only if the pictureBox in myControl was clicked).

How can I do that?

Thanks
Posted 14-Oct-12 5:28am
Updated 14-Oct-12 5:45am
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Solution 1

You can use this
public void main()
{
    pictureBox.Click += new EventHandler(pictureBox_Click);
}
public void pictureBox_Click(object obj, EventArgs ea)
{
    // This get executed if the pictureBox gets clicked
}
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user_code 14-Oct-12 11:43am
   
Thanks. I am using myControl in another control and I want to catch myControl Click event if and only if the pictureBox in myControl was clicked. How can I do that?
Maciej Los 14-Oct-12 11:59am
   
Do it in the same way! Add the same handler for each control inside your custom control.
public void main()
{
PictureBox1.Click += new EventHandler(MyControl_Click);
CheckBox1.Click += new EventHandler(MyControl_Click);
Label1.Click += new EventHandler(MyControl_Click);
}
public void MyControl_Click(object obj, EventArgs ea)
{
// This get executed if the pictureBox, checkbox or label gets clicked
}
Maciej Los 14-Oct-12 12:00pm
   
Good work, my 5!

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