Image Control and BreakAfter

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Mobile' started by Bill Docherty, Dec 23, 2004.

  1. I am working on designing a mobile form and want to include a small
    company logo in upper right hand corner. I want to conserve screen
    space as much as possible and therefore want to place the image on the
    same line as a label control I have at the top of each page. I set the
    BreakAfter property of the label control to "False" and I set the
    Alignment property of the image control to "Right". For some reason
    when I run my app it looks like the image control is getting rendered on
    the next line instead of the same line as the label. If I set the
    Alignment property of the image control to "Left" it lines right up
    against the label control as you would expect.

    Has anyone seen similiar behavior?

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    Bill Docherty, Dec 23, 2004
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