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I am now forced, against my will, to further aggravate/irritate the moderators by asking the same flippin' question AGAIN that you get asked ALL THE TIME!!!
I looked over the forum (I did!) and i saw this question asked and answered ad infinitum/ad nauseum but, i'm afraid i must ask it again.
Canvas on a Panel on a Frame. Canvas doesn't show up.
I shall now proceed to pull out the essential lines from my code, and you tell me what is missing, and what is done in a silly manner (a Thousand Thanks!)
ps. I know the tabbing reflects poorly on my programming ability, but beleive me, it looks right in the editor... also, if any ending brackets are missing, pretend that they are there

 
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oh, heh...
 
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