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Default Resizing controls in a ScrollableForm Layout Event

Hi friends,

I was working on a form that listed a set of images(up to around 500 images).
I wanted the form to be scrollable and resize images to maintain their width to the form's width and set the height to match the 4:3 ratio and change them on layout event.
So i wrote the following code.

Code:
Class ABC
    Inherits Form
    Private Sub ABC_Layout(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.LayoutEventArgs) Handles Me.Layout
        Dim W As Integer, H As Integer, M As Integer
        Dim i As Integer = 0

        M = 20 ' Margin
        W = ClientSize.Width - (M * 2)
        H = CInt(W * 3D / 4D) ' 500

        For Each Ctrl As Control In Me.Controls
            Ctrl.Location = New Point(M + AutoScrollPosition.X, (i * (H + M)) + AutoScrollPosition.Y)
            Ctrl.Size = New Size(W, H)
            i += 1
        Next
    End Sub

    Private Sub ABC_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
        Dim W As Integer, H As Integer, M As Integer
        M = 20 ' Margin
        W = ClientSize.Width - (M * 2)
        H = CInt(W * 3D / 4D) '500
        Me.AutoScroll = True
        Me.AutoScrollMargin = New Size(M, M)
        For i As Integer = 0 To (500 - 1)
            Dim NewPicture As New PictureBox
            NewPicture.Location = New Point(M + AutoScrollPosition.X, (i * (H + M)) + AutoScrollPosition.Y)
            NewPicture.Size = New Size(W, H)
            NewPicture.BorderStyle = BorderStyle.FixedSingle
            NewPicture.Name = "Picture #" & (i + 1).ToString
            NewPicture.ImageLocation = "Image" & (i + 1).ToString & ".jpg"
            NewPicture.SizeMode = PictureBoxSizeMode.StretchImage
            Me.Controls.Add(NewPicture)
        Next
    End Sub
End Class
the problem is (wether i set AutoScrollMinSize manually or not),
the images overlap each other after some point.
that is in my test, images are around 1024x768 resolution,
so after around image # 45 in all the images Control.Location.Y property remains the same(or what).
so after i scroll down to end of vertical scroll, i get image# 45. All other after it are hidden behind it. I hope u guys can understand it.

If u can't get the problem, u simply paste the given code in IDE and first guess the results and then see the actual results.

Please help me.





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