Thank you for writing.
supports gif files and you can also add them at runtime by simply accessing RadRotator.Items
In order to add a label for each image, you would need to create a RadLabelElement
and add it to the Children
collection of the RotatorElement
. The code snippet below should position a label element in the middle of the image:
sender, EventArgs e)
x = radRotator1.Location.X + radRotator1.Width / 2 - label.Size.Width /2;
y = radRotator1.Location.Y + radRotator1.Height / 2 - label.Size.Height/2;
As to your other question about the end number of images, I tested with 5000 and RadRotator
performed as expected. However I am not sure how you are going to handle these requests, and memory within your whole application, you can check the following resource providing additional information: Memory Management in .NET
I would also like to kindly ask you to restrain from posting the same question numerous times in order to avoid spamming the forums. Pick the correct product for your question and post in the appropriate forum.
I hope this information helps. Should you have further questions please do not hesitate to write back.
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