Ok, so i am creating a custom shaped button and I am overriding the OnPaint method in the class and using regions within it to get the shape i wanted. this is is my over rode OnPaint
when i initially load the application with this custom button on it, the button region is black.
protected override void OnPaint(PaintEventArgs e)
GraphicsPath myGraphicsPath = new System.Drawing.Drawing2D.GraphicsPath();
myGraphicsPath.AddRectangle(new Rectangle(80, 0, 40, 40));
myGraphicsPath.AddRectangle(new Rectangle(40, 40, 80, 40));
myGraphicsPath.AddRectangle(new Rectangle(0, 80, 80, 40));
this.Region = new Region(myGraphicsPath);
when i mouse over it, it has what looks like one of the other buttons on my application sort of shadowing it.
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On the image linked above, you can see that the top portion of that shape has half a button and is a different BG color than the rest of it.
Anyone have an idea why this happens?
I can pull the same stuff from about and put in an button_Paint method and re-assign the Paint function through the designer and it works fine. Is there something else I am missing when you override an OnPaint?