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Arrange controls in circular shape dynamically (xaml, c#)

    Question

  • Just wondering if there is a way to arrange controls in a circular shape like a round table. Control can be an image or textbox..

    For example: if i have an ellipse shape, all am looking is to fill controls along the perimeter border of the ellipse...

    Please let me know if there is a standard way to do this using xaml and c#.

    Here is what i have done so far. I created an ellipse and have the X, Y position values using the Point Type. Based on the points i could create a textbox.. but couldn;t loop until the i reach 0,0 again.

    0,0 is the bottom left position (x,y)

    for (i=0;i<actual width/perimeter of ellipse;i++)

    x=0; y= x+10;

    New Point = x,y, create a control and add it to the panel

    }

    Similarly need to add controls in the Y direction... 

    Ellipse can be replaced by Rectangle as well..

    Sunday, April 06, 2014 9:53 PM

Answers

  • 1) You can do this

    2) There isn't a "standard way" of doing this.  Use geometry and you can figure out where you would want to place controls on the x-y coordinate of the screen.


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    Monday, April 07, 2014 7:22 PM