Both images are applied from a different ClientBundle. Both images are
added to the Absolute Panel with one on top of the other.
The base image, which is one of 32 in a Client Bundle is shown to the
user. The second one starts off as blank.png which is you
If they click on the Widget, then the blank image is turned from
blank.png to another image in the ImageBundle to an image that looks
like a marker's circle, so it's like they're selecting them. This
works perfectly in FireFox and in Chrome, and sadly but not
surprisingly it doesn't work in IE.
Does anyone know why or a work around? I always feel like I'm adding
little catches and workarounds cause IE doesn't behave well with
Thinking about it I could try instead of a blank.png I could try to
stack them and set the top image from Visible(false) to Visible(true).
Maybe that will work? Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
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