Sorry, but I really hope it's not possible...
Type: Posts; User: Arnoutdv
Sorry, but I really hope it's not possible...
My development machine is Windows 7 32bits with VB6 SP6.
I have no problems.
Actually the only trick in Bonnies code is appending the ShortCut combination yourself, separated by a Tab.
This will work too:
Private Sub Form_Load()
The paths issue won't be solved by using a different development tool.
You have to obey to the rules of the OS regarding to file storing.
My VB6 applications work fine on Win7 + Win8 even the 64bit...
@Niya; no offense, but your arguments are a kind of the same arguments as used in the "I keep using VB6 instead of VB.Net" discussions, which you find quite amusing yourself :)
That would be a Translator, translating from one programming language to another.
This older thread shows a way using the Form_KeyDown event.
Disadvantage, you can't see the shortcut in the pull-down menu.
Can it be that the problem is in the loop?
Np = RSRecSet.RecordCount
For t1 = 0 To Np - 1
If Format(RSRecSet("tampEndDtAndTime"), "dd/MM/yyyy") <>...
It's more a syntax checker than a compiler.
Either Sub Main is executed or the Form you have specified.
You can find this in "Project Properties -> General -> Statup Object"
The statement you are looking for is Kill
Any special reason for deleting the installation program after execution?
I already asked for it in post #10, but somehow we still get the retrieve code only :rolleyes:
It's just an example, not a copy and paste solution.
Create a form with the ProgressBar and a Timer
Add a property to the Form for the number of countdown seconds.
Set the ProgressBar Max...
It seems I can't get the UTF8 data from YOUR table either.
So I want to do a test myself.
Read UTF8 text file and put it in a table and retrieve the data again.
That's with an already filled DB.
I would like to have an UTF8 text file, a single column with just a few names.
Do you have a small example of an UTF8 file which you store in the a SQLite DB?
Install the vbAdvance Add-In.
Then you can compile to a Console Application
Both samples works for me.
What font do you have for the Form and Label1?
Check my example again, it shows how to loop through all rows and copy the checked rows.
It can also be that the data is not stored as UTF8.
Can show the code for storing the data in the DB?
I remember the thread, but I believe it was in another object. Something with a file or drive collection.
I see the same problem, maybe my method is not the correct way either to retrieve UTF8 from SQLite
The MSHFlexGrid is capable of showing Unicode.
Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim oConn As...
I really hate to those password requirements.
Needs at least 1 capital, 1 number and least 1 special character, no repeating sequences. :(
Maybe this can work
Private Declare Function MultiByteToWideChar Lib "kernel32.dll" ( _
ByVal CodePage As Long, _
ByVal dwFlags As Long, _
How do you retrieve the data and what control do you use to display the data.
Most standard VB6 controls do not support Unicode .
The Texbox.Text holds a single string. Not a string array.
And how do you want to update those advertisements with the latest products?
Maybe you can add a menu option with some hyperlinks to actual product brands
A PowerPC processor, that's ancient history Niya, they switched to Intel in 2006 :)
I don't think either of us deserves the right to have to one and only viable solution.
It's all a matter of opinion and taste.
Even with MDI tabs the child forms don't have to be maximized.
Argh, you are using VB.NET aren't you?
You have posted your question in the VB6 forum.
VB.NET doesn't support control arrays in the way VB6 does.
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An alternative is Bootcamp. Then you choose the OS while starting the Mac.
A Tabbed MDI interface IS used to host MDI child forms.
Otherwise you have a SDI interface with a Tab control.
Just add a single Timer control to your form.
Give it a useful name.
In the properties set the Index property to 0, this creates a control array.
Now you can add a new Timer control by using...
But I don't want to see advertisements in Word, Excel, Visual Basic when I'm working!
I paid for these programs and I'm working, advertisements are disturbing and intrusive!
Or are you creating a...
You can also use a control array.
Load a new instance when you need it and set the Interval to whatever you need.
The events are fired to the Timer event which has an additional parameter Index
Normally you don't make copies of executables in the startup folder, you create a shortcut.
Why are you also masking the file as hidden?
Read this first:
We can discuss as long as we want, the TS wants a tabbed MDI interface, which is just a generally accepted UI.
I don't know whether the current versions of VS come a tabbed MDI control or that you...
A text editor is the best example for this.
I would put all main logic in a single form, not in a user control.