I liked the Kill method!
Type: Posts; User: Flashbond
I liked the Kill method!
I am very stressed. I am running 3ds Max on a very slow computer (Yeah, I shouldn't!). In some calculations it is becoming a real pain in a**.
I want to make a process killer special for...
Try to create another form?
Yeah, wise choice ;)
Check this post. I've asked a similar question several months...
No, I mean if you add a picturebox control in front of the all 4 buttons, they may not be clickable anymore.
By the way, when you click the buttons, first they are appearing on the top left corner...
In your example 4th group is 33 and 6th group is 9343. I think it is a mistake. You may split the string by spaces. This may work:
Dim numbers As String = "90293092 200392 32423 33 3434...
You may see the button but as far as I know you can't click it.
Try StringBuilder Class: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.text.stringbuilder(v=vs.110).aspx
Your formula didn't give the expected result. Maybe you should check it and modify.
I think this is a formula for size. What about transparency? Is 50-50 OK?
I think you can't set seperate colors both for FullRowSelect and CellSelect.
Let the setting be CellSelect and try this:
Public Class Form1
Dim row As DataGridViewRow
Dim color As...
What does it mean, checking integer as boolean?
To much work! :)
All zero-replies are fine for me, it may show chronologically up to very past.
How about a zero-reply filter for the forums?
I didn't get it. Anyway, I am sure you'll solve it with a little workaround.
I think changing this sub should be enough:
Private Sub TVShow_TextChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Handles TVShow.TextChanged
Select Case Len(TVShow.Text)
Let's make it in a direct way to keep things simple. Do it without casting things on tags:
Private Sub TVShow_TextChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Handles...
OK, try in this order:
1.Start to type something. Button turns red.
2.Then hover on button but do not click. Turns out yellow.
3.Move the cursor out and let it turn to red again.
I am using this:
Private Sub SearchBox_TextChanged(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles SearchBox.TextChanged
Dim dummyBindingSource As New BindingSource
OK, but what I wonder is what is the starting color?
I made a form with a textbox and button to test your code. But if I drop the button to the form, it starts with grey color which...
The only problem is it doesn't turn back to old state only when deleting all text.
Am I wrong?
EDIT: What is your default button color when form loads?
Yeah, kaliman is right. If you want to turn back to old color first you must to save is on MouseEnter event.
You may use textbox's TextChanged event.
Private Sub TextBox1_TextChanged(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles TextBox1.TextChanged
If Len(TextBox1.Text) > 0 Then
For the second thing, both are ways to use. Either you can select designed images for the buttons and backgrounds OR you may use system drawing tools (I think this is what you mean by hardcoding).
I am not sure especially about the icons. Let's think the .exe icon. Before you run the app, it should be visible on your desktop;
It should be somewhere visible, easy to see for...
There was a "check if there is undo" method or something smilar in excel vba some years ago. I'm sure there still is :)
What I am not sure is if vba was checking excel's undo list or was it really...
Only for the first thing, I would prefere to create string resources which is placed in the project settings window and write as bytes into them and then read them byte by byte.
Altough is not the answer, sorting method may help a bit:
Dim i As Long
Well, the best option would be writing to a text file or database.
Here is a simple example: http://www.ilstours.net/Example.rar
I dropped some useful tips in the project as comments....
Once I've seen a numeric up and down box embeded into datagrid cell. Maybe it is possible for a picturebox, too...
Your welcome. Please, don't forget to mark the thread as resolved from the "Thread Tools" above ;)
Yeah, this is a very simple mistake I was making often, too :)
Just your method is wrong, that's all ;)
Each time you are trying to cast a larger string into the textbox.
You can compare your mouse position by e. event.
I don' remember exactly but it should look like this:
Button_Click(e As MouseEvetArguments)
If e.Position.X > 118 AndAlso e.Position.X...
G! Please, use code wrap! This is the most awful thing I've ever seen...
Thanks for the replies
Here, I managed like this:
Private Sub NumericDataGridView1_EditingControlShowing(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As...
No heartbreaks, dbasnett. It is a good idea for me to use it within a GridView. I do still have the TextBox issue ;)