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Tony asked on 26 Jul 2008, 03:25 PM
I have only had the WinForms product for 2 and a half days so this is probably a beginners issue.  However, I have been at this non-stop the whole time.  So this isn't a give up and ask too quick deal.  I have had issues with visibilty changing automatically between runs, images offset by 10 or 15 pixels and I can't change the setting, and a myriad of other issue.  So this morning I backed off a simplified things.  I opened a new project, added a toolstrip, an element, an item, and both a button and imagebutton element.  Sometimes I can add an image sometimes it dies there, but other times I'll try and set image alignment or image over text and the Visual studion crashes.  I usually get the image in, it seems the first edit (I didn't change names or settings on the first three pieces) and Visual studio asks me if I want to report the problem.

It's got to be something simple right?  I have begun to be daring with the product.  Thanks

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Boyko Markov
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answered on 28 Jul 2008, 01:28 PM
Hello Tony,

I am afraid I couldn't understand your problem. What do you mean by "visibility changing between runs and images offset by 10, 15pixels"? Could it be that you rebuild and run again when you form is opened? The right way to insert images in toolstrip buttons is to set imageList to the toolStrip and then use the imageIndex and imageKey properties of the buttons. You can use the TextImageRelation property of RadButton to modify the relation between the image and the text. For example you can set it to TextBeforeImage ( text-image ) or ImageBeforeText ( image-text ).  Could you, please open a regular support ticket and send me a very simple project which is demonstrating the issues you have? This would be of great help and we would be able to address the issues quickly.

I'm looking forward to your reply.

Best wishes,
Boyko Markov
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