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Transparent Label in VB

, 10 Jun 2010 CPOL
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Label1.Parent = ControlName '(PictureBox1 if it is placed on a picturebox)
in VB.NET would do the trick.


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GeneralMy vote of 1 Pin
maq26-Jul-12 8:46
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Generalyeah Pin
pranav9528-Jun-10 15:05
memberpranav9528-Jun-10 15:05 
GeneralDon't know - have you tried it? Pin
Johnny J.28-Jun-10 4:25
memberJohnny J.28-Jun-10 4:25 
GeneralWhat about Label1.Parent = Control Label1.Background = Tran... Pin
pranav9510-Jun-10 19:13
memberpranav9510-Jun-10 19:13 
GeneralReason for my vote of 2 Not a 100% good solution, but nevert... Pin
Johnny J.10-Jun-10 1:41
memberJohnny J.10-Jun-10 1:41 
GeneralOkay.. Pin
pranav9510-Jun-10 1:35
memberpranav9510-Jun-10 1:35 
GeneralIf your label is placed on top of a Picturebox, what you see... Pin
Johnny J.10-Jun-10 1:32
memberJohnny J.10-Jun-10 1:32 
GeneralLike? Pin
pranav9510-Jun-10 1:26
memberpranav9510-Jun-10 1:26 
GeneralNot in all cases Pin
Johnny J.10-Jun-10 1:24
memberJohnny J.10-Jun-10 1:24 

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