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Default Move image when cursor approaches


Can somebody tell me a simple way wherin an image moves on form automatically when a cursor approaches. In nutshell person should not be able to click the image.


Old July 19th, 2007, 04:55 PM
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In the mousemove event compare the mouses location with the image's .Top, .Left, (.Top + .Height) and (.Left + .Width).

If it is too close, change the .Top or .Left by enough to re-establish your chosen boundary.

Of course you could always include a Click handler that just ignores the fact that the image was clicked...

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