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Hello!

in my program i'm adding a controls and that's a tablelayout and I put an event to move it via mouse .. and all of that are easy but the question now (( I'm drawing a line via draw line method and I want to connect this line between two table and I want this line move when I try to move any table who's connect with this line )).

With my best regards.
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Updated 13-Aug-10 13:41pm
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Simon Dufour 13-Aug-10 15:55pm
   
The question isn't too clear. I'd like to help you but I don't understand what you need.
Samuel Cherinet 13-Aug-10 16:01pm
   
yeah how are you planning to draw the tables in the first place ... if you are using gridviews and adding them as a control to your form then that is one case or are you using graphics to draw the tables as well???
abo_raafat 13-Aug-10 19:39pm
   
Sorry because the question wasn't clear ,, I will explain but at first I want to thank everyone who is helping me .. in my program i'm adding a controls and that's a tablelayout and I put an event to move it via mouse .. and all of that are easy but the question now (( I'm drawing a line via draw line method and I want to connect this line between two table and I want this line move when I try to move any table who's connect with this line )).

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You will probably want to handle your paint event and draw all your objects in there. The classic way to do this, is to have a collection of class instances that represent different objects and their location. When your mouse events mean you need to redraw the form, call Invalidate() to force a paint event. Your code just changes the values of these objects, your paint code simply iterates over the objects and draws them.
   
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abo_raafat 14-Aug-10 9:42am
   
DO you mean I should make a method that's redraw the line after inalidate() till stop moving the object?

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