What does it take to get objects placed on the form, where and how I want them?? How do I lessen the choices that Visual Studio gets to make??
It seems every time I place an object on my form, its location is RANDOM. What I want--is irrelevant!!
Sometimes, Visual Studio will overlay existing objects, move existing objects around or just out-right REFUSE to place the object at all! All of which, forces me to take even MORE time, trying to get the form back to its original state!!!
I feel like I'm raising a current-day TEENAGER!!
Are there any development TOOLS available (preferably, NON-microsoft based), for assistance in FORMS design?? My blood pressure is way TOO HIGH--to go through "it" by the numbers with microsoft!!!
I don't know who started this fad, whereby microsoft applications perform "automatic" actions, based on various scenarios, but it would far more helpful--if these "automatic" actions were what the user WANTED!!! Since nine times out of ten, these "actions" have to be undone (for the most part--it's because this/these action(s) is/are NOT what the user wants. Case-in-point: Try adding a hyperlink to your form. I'll be willing to bet, that the font style and size WILL BE changed--whether you want them to or not!!!)
What I have tried:
Creating multiple forms, until one mistakenly decides to cooperate