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hey guys,
so I am trying to draw a bunch of squares by using labels,
private void drawSquare()
        {
            List<point> squareMatrix = new List<point>();

            for (int j = 0; j &lt;= 192; j+= 64)
            {
                for (int i = 0; i &lt;= 192; i+=64)
                    squareMatrix.Add(new Point(j, i));
            }

            foreach(Point numb in squareMatrix)
            {
                Label abstractLabel = new Label();
                abstractLabel.Size = new Size(64, 64);
                abstractLabel.BorderStyle = BorderStyle.None;
                abstractLabel.BackColor = Color.Transparent;
                if(numb == squareMatrix[4])
                    abstractLabel.Image = global::strategy_0._2.Properties.Resources.City;
                else
                abstractLabel.Image = global::strategy_0._2.Properties.Resources.Crossroad_plain;
                abstractLabel.Location = numb;
                panel1.Controls.Add(abstractLabel);
            }
        }


now the problem I run into is that I can't figure out the way how to get rid of the space between labels, when I run it I get small spaces which ruins my idea of having labels connected into a map...
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Updated 20-Nov-10 15:28pm
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[no name] 20-Nov-10 20:47pm    
Is this web or windows?
Toli Cuturicu 21-Nov-10 9:04am    
Very poor approach. Use labels for what they are intended.

1 solution

Don't use labels, make your own class
 
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xtremas 21-Nov-10 6:17am    
are you saying that it's not possible with label?
Heinzzy 21-Nov-10 14:02pm    
no, but I think that you'll have more control if you implement your own control for this purpose.

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