I actually ended up using the MouseClick event and handling all the
state changes myself. RadioButtons have some rather odd quirks - for
instance they get a click event when they receive focus
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Andrew, that is exactly what I 'm doing, except less general. However,
course in hind-sight it's quite easy to iterate all the radio buttons
subscribe the same event handler to each of their CheckChanged events,
regardless of the use. May I assume that is what you do?
I found it useful to build a RadioButtonList control that has a "Value"
property and a "ValueChanged" event. It is useful in a number of
scenarios including databinding