Type: Posts; User: dday9
The 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and millennium!
Those where some tig ol' bitties!
Next time, be sure to delete your binaries. To do this, don't include the Setup and delete everything in your bin folders. And since it's such a small project, why not post just the source code? Just...
I can't believe he said:
That's just sad.
Believe it or not, that's a very simple thing to do. You would get the substring or even more so it could be easier to get using RegEx, but that's a little complicated.
I only found out what a troll was about a year ago, but since then I've found plenty of trolls on this particular site.
Basically the best way I can try to describe an array is a collection of data stored in memory. There are a few ways to declare an array. First you declare the type of the array(in this example I'll...
Well he did say he's been programming for As long as I've been alive :)
I'm actually pretty disturbed that there are people out there like that.
What a sad and bitter old man.
Wow. I just read that closed thread in the CC.
This entire thread would generate enough power to power up all of Lost Springs, WY.
Not only did I get it working on my computer with Win7, but it runs well on my computer with WinXp
I know.... it's been tried before with little to no success... but I really got a lot of it working within just a few days.
Lol no. I'm working on an webpage generator.
I know right!
It's not a total failure, but it needs work.
Well I created a new custom control. I try to recreate VS Toolbox.
I recently needed something that looked and acted like the VS Toolbox. So I looked around on the web and saw a few nice looking examples, but they where all really difficult to get use to. So I...
What specifically have you tried with FindWindow? Because there is a FindWindowByClass function. that URL I provide has the API function and an example.
Thanks Niya, you're the best.
Holy ****ing ****!
Did y'all see the LSU game!
I'm going to have an aneurysm!
I'm trying to basically make a FlowLayoutPanel only accept a custom control that I've created that inherits a Button. So I've Shadowed the Controls property and I've created my own property, but...
How dare a locked thread!
I pretty much got the Shadowing down. Here is one example of me using it:
<Browsable(False)> Public Shadows Property ImageList() As ImageList
Ah, it was the client profile.
I think that I will wind up just shadowing the properties, but I've never used the Shadows keyword before. I'll try to work something up, and if it doesn't work...
I'm targeting 4.0, so it should be in there(right?)
Hmm, I cannot find the System.Design reference. I checked in the .Net tab and it goes from System.Deployment to System.Device.
I tried using the ControlDesigner class, but it won't let me inherit the ComponentDesigner. The error I get is:
The only classes that I'm able to use in the System.Windows.Forms.Design class...
I'm creating a pretty neat program which implements the PropertyGrid control. Whenever I'm creating my own classes, using the PropertyGrid is fine because the properties it shows are the properties...
You're definitely going to want to start using some threading. Fortunately it's much simpler than what it seems, it's just getting past the hurdle of "Holy crap, I'm multi-threading!". Basically the...
Thanks for the suggestions. Whenever I get the opportunity I'll be sure to make some changes and update it.
Turn Option Strict on as well(see edit #2 in post #2).
Hi 666galamba13, welcome to the forums! First, before I start, I just wanted to request that you place your code in code tags. Those look like this: