Thread: Positioning in a circular pattern?

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    Positioning in a circular pattern?

    I was wondering how you would go about positioning dynamically created objects of the same type within a circular pattern.

    Basically, what I'm trying to do:
    is make it so that when I click on a label, a set number of other labels appear in a circular pattern around the clickable label.

    I know how:
    to create the labels...and I'm using XML documents to populate the content of the labels. I also have it so that the labels are created dynamically through a basic onclick event generated by Visual Studio 2005.

    My problem:
    is that I am simply dumbfounded as to how I can position the labels in a circle around another element.

    does anyone have any idea how I can achieve this positioning effect? Or what sources I could read from in order to gain a better understanding of how I may accomplish this? Any help is better than none. Thank you in advance for any advice you may give me on this matter.

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