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XPTaskBarBox visiblity, or .hide() method

Greetings, I have a form with a number of XPTaskBarBox ''s handling the left hand navigation. I want to be able to hide some of these XPTaskBarBox ''s and let others display depending on who is logged in to the system. I have tried toggling the Visible property of the boxes, and I have tried using the .hide() method, and neither are working. To circumvent the code, I manually set the Visible property of one of the boxes to False (and verified that there are no references to the visibility in the code). However, the box still appears at runtime. What could be preventing the box from being hidden, despite the use of .Visible and .Hide()?

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RA Robert Alonso April 13, 2005 02:58 PM

Disregard this question. I found a piece of code someone else wrote that was re-toggling the visiblity. >Greetings, >I have a form with a number of XPTaskBarBox ''s handling the left hand navigation. I want to be able to hide some of these XPTaskBarBox ''s and let others display depending on who is logged in to the system. > >I have tried toggling the Visible property of the boxes, and I have tried using the .hide() method, and neither are working. To circumvent the code, I manually set the Visible property of one of the boxes to False (and verified that there are no references to the visibility in the code). However, the box still appears at runtime. > >What could be preventing the box from being hidden, despite the use of .Visible and .Hide()?

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