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  1. Re: Is there a fast way to navigate a Collection of objects?

    Olaf:

    Thanks for clearing that up for me, maybe others.



    David
  2. Re: Is there a fast way to navigate a Collection of objects?

    One issue -- I don't have the answer to -- is in what order the collection is returning items if this is of concern.

    For example with For/Next and .Count you will get the item back in the order in...
  3. Re: Feedback Wanted re: Streaming Data and User Interaction

    Finally got MSMQ working and your examples work -- have NOT yet looked at the code in depth.



    Your comment "normal way via Control Panel" was the big help.
    FWIW:
    In initially reading MSDN...
  4. Re: Feedback Wanted re: Streaming Data and User Interaction

    dilettante:

    Got your examples unzipped but could never get them to run.

    Whether its because I'm using VB5 instead VB6 is the big question right now.
    Normally I have No problem with VB6 Apps...
  5. Re: Feedback Wanted re: Streaming Data and User Interaction

    Just quick post to acknowledge feedback prior to looking at dilettante example.

    LaVolpe:

    That explanation really helps explain possible alternatives and problems.


    While not going across...
  6. Re: Feedback Wanted re: Streaming Data and User Interaction

    dilettante:



    No its real time. My Sender Program is effectively a Receiver / Sender. It is linked to an external Server through an API.



    No DDE is involved.
  7. Re: Feedback Wanted re: Streaming Data and User Interaction

    dilettante: Always appreciate your input.

    "High Volume" is relative, but yes it is real time data.
    Currently I have a textbox set up in the Sender and a textbox set up in the Receiver.
    A...
  8. Re: [RESOLVED] RicTextBox - Formatting with Change in Font

    dilettante:
    Thanks for further input.



    If you're referring to this line of code:


    RichTextBox1.RightMargin = (r.Right - r.Left + 1000)
  9. Feedback Wanted re: Streaming Data and User Interaction

    WHAT IS DONE CURRENTLY
    I have a App (call it SendApp) that sends a Data Stream using a XProcess call to a second App (call it ReceiveApp).

    In the ReceiveApp, I buffer the data stream and then...
  10. Re: [RESOLVED] RicTextBox - Formatting with Change in Font

    I found a nice class which does a great job of Setting the RightMargin using .TextWidth.
    Thank you Mr. Anderson. Hope it helps someone else.



    '-----------------------
    'Class: CTextSize.cls...
  11. Re: RicTextBox - Formatting with Change in Font

    dilettante:



    The reason I wanted to hold the thread open was to give me a chance to play with RTB.RightMargin to see if I fully understood what was going on.

    I tried setting the...
  12. Re: RicTextBox - Formatting with Change in Font

    dilettante:



    You're correct. Going with an RTB.Right.Margin = 24 and Font.Size of 48 seems to do the trick at a 48 Font.Size.

    Understand the ScaleX, but will have to do some research on the...
  13. Re: vb6 sstab dont not work on click while form dont finish load event

    FWIW You can "Click" activate an SSTab tab in code within the form load event.



    SSTab1.Tab = 0


    This will make that specific tab show, but to my knowledge Form_Load must complete before...
  14. Re: RicTextBox - Formatting with Change in Font

    dilettante:

    Playing with Font Size the breakpoint seems to be 36 *both yours' and mine.
    As previously stated (you can change right width to Canvas if you wish):


    So believe RTB is functioning...
  15. Re: RicTextBox - Formatting with Change in Font

    techgnome: Thanks for heads up. Hoped you enjoy(ed) your dinner.

    dilettante:
    Tried your example.
    Don't know where the font size cutoff point is -- your 20 seems to work -- but when I increase...
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    Re: RichTextbox in Chat Coloring problem

    Climbing the learning curve on RTB and never used the Winsock control but
    have you tried refreshing the RTB after yoiu've made your assignment?



    Private Sub Winsock1_DataArrival(ByVal...
  17. Re: RicTextBox - Formatting with Change in Font

    techgnome:

    Thanks for responding.
    Boy am I confused.

    1)
    For test purposes I'm using a book -- "Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens.
    In examining this with a hex editor, I see the normal...
  18. [RESOLVED] RicTextBox - Formatting with Change in Font

    When loading in a previously formatted document (text file) created by someone else, the document may contain vbCRLF, vbLF, etc.
    If the RTB Font Size used is the same as or close to the Font Size...
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    Re: RichTextBox - GoTo Saved Line

    dilettante:

    As always thanks for feedback.
    Will check out code to see if works for me.
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    Re: RichTextBox - GoTo Saved Line

    techgnome:

    Thanks for feedback and pointing out error.

    Have yet to find a good tutorial or explanation as to when CHARACTER position is applicable and when LINE numbers are applicable.
    For...
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    [RESOLVED] RichTextBox - GoTo Saved Line

    I have a large text file. I want to save the current line position and jump (goto) it upon loading.

    I obtain the line number in the file usng:


    GetLineNumber =...
  22. Re: Get hard dish serial number of all the hard disks

    See if this link works for your question:
  23. Re: List of VB5/6 Controls and Key Info and WHat Happened to All the Stickys

    For older projects -- in Win7 --, I'm having to go in and manually change the VBP file to the correct #????#.
    I imagine others before me have run into a similar problem. Hence figured if I can...
  24. Re: List of VB5/6 Controls and Key Info and WHat Happened to All the Stickys

    DataMiser:

    Started putting an Excel File together a few minutes ago
    Will see how far I get.
    I would think there would be someway to extract this info via VB code.

    The "Version Number" (e.g....
  25. Re: List of VB5/6 Controls and Key Info and WHat Happened to All the Stickys

    DataMiser:

    Started putting an Excel File together a few minutes ago
    Will see how far I get.
    I would think there would be someway to extract this info via VB code.

    The "Version Number" (e.g....
  26. List of VB5/6 Controls and Key Info and WHat Happened to All the Stickys

    Anyone know:
    1) Where I can get?
    2) How I can get?
    or
    3) Have a list they will share of Microsoft Controls with KEY info.
    Some of this is available from the VBP file however its association...
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    Resizing ListView to Form and Vice Versa

    I had a form designed where only a portion of the Listview is showing.
    I wanted to Resize the Form and have the LIstview resize with it, but limit the Form Resizing to the
    Maximum number of...
  28. Re: Windows 7 - Visual Basic, IDE, File Menu, Save As, Not Giving Correct Name

    Nightwalker83:

    Did the "SaveAs" problem occur after my posted FIX?
    Mine so far has been working fine.

    ============
    Re: Dilettante use of a Manifest for this NOT sure what a manifest will do...
  29. Re: Windows 7 - Visual Basic, IDE, File Menu, Save As, Not Giving Correct Name

    dilettante:

    In the past, if you opened a VBP or BAS file under Windows Explorer, "Save As" would contain the file name.
    With Win 7 I've had a lot of problems with even getting the "Save As" form...
  30. Re: Windows 7 - Visual Basic, IDE, File Menu, Save As, Not Giving Correct Name

    Found some info that corrected the "Save As" problem and maybe others I have NOT found yet.

    If you go to you VB installation directory (normally under "Project Files") locate "VB6.exe" or...
  31. [RESOLVED] Windows 7 - Visual Basic, IDE, File Menu, Save As, Not Giving Correct Name

    In the VB IDE when you want to save the project, you have the choice of either "Save" or "Save As"
    Under XP when you selected "Save As", the "File Name" text box was filled with the Project File...
  32. [RESOLVED] Window 7 FIx to WinHelp Error [1037]

    With the installation of VB5 on Window 7 (32 bit) , Help did NOT work.
    Installed Microsoft's recommended KB, which allowed VB Help to show, but Help examples were missing.
    Received Error: "There...
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    Re: Available Address Space

    dilettante: You made your "point" even though I disagree somewhat with response.
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    Re: Available Address Space

    dilettante: Thanks for response.

    Same program in XP now seems to have some issues in Win7.

    FWIW:
    I have a number of very large array structures used to generate graphics.
    I also make a...
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    [RESOLVED] Available Address Space

    Every since I've moved to Windows 7, I encounter some unique program errors during run BUT not in the IDE,
    I'm getting the impression I'm stepping on (corrupting) part of my existing memory.
    As I...
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    Advertizing On Forum Web Page

    Lately I've been getting a lot of advertising at both the bottom and top of the web page.
    I can scroll the forum page fine, but the advertizing remains ONTOP.

    Is this being put up by the forum ...
  37. Re: ANSI C++ versus Visual C++ 6.0 versus NET C++

    2kaud:
    Thanks for a great response and links.

    David
  38. [RESOLVED] ANSI C++ versus Visual C++ 6.0 versus NET C++

    Been long time since I did C++ coding (opted for Visual Basic because of rapid development and ease of maintenance).
    Since support for VB5/6 has been deprecated and with the newer OSes (Win7/8),...
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    Re: Differences in ActiveX for VB5 and VB6.

    ActiveX was developed for VB6 so as positive as I can be it works there. With VB5 and XP also no problems. Have contacted firm so see what they can come up with.

    Still interest in what if any...
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    Re: Differences in ActiveX for VB5 and VB6.

    DataMiser: Thanks for feedback.

    This is a third party ActiveX developed for VB6 (I think in Java) to link to their server.
    Ran it fine under XP in VB5.
    With VB5 and Win7, after registering...
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