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  1. Re: I made an OS in VB - want input for improvement

    It may be just semantics, but here is a specific quote:



    Afterwards, they introduced a product code named "Thunder" titled "Thunder... ...the storm is about to break" that eventually became...
  2. Re: COM components vs .NET Controls in .NET environment

    It would be hard to compete with some .NET components that "just work" "out of the box". You would have to do extra interop steps, to get the COM to work with .NET and be able to have the COM work...
  3. Re: I made an OS in VB - want input for improvement

    Ironically, Visual Basic was originally designed for this purpose. According to Alan Cooper (our father), Visual Basic was supposed to be the front end of the operating system.
    My suggestion is to...
  4. Re: 64 bit Visual Basic 6.0 Alpha Platform Development System?

    Thanks dilettante, I thought that might be the case. The documents mention future operating systems too, but I will have to experiment.
    C2.exe is C2.dll in this edition.
    The project samples...
  5. 64 bit Visual Basic 6.0 Alpha Platform Development System?

    Does anyone know the details about this version and what it is/was really capable of?

    The only relevant link I found was here:...
  6. Re: Automatic "pretty listing" (reformatting) of code in VB6

    Well of course the default is 0, this (particular option) gives you a placement to change it without having to type colon equals :i=7, which requires a contorted shift key to be held on various...
  7. Re: Automatic "pretty listing" (reformatting) of code in VB6

    It looks like Rubberduck has bounced like a check on these completion features. Has anyone seen this work on any version?
    I just downloaded version 2.4.1 and it does not automatically reformat code...
  8. Re: Automatic "pretty listing" (reformatting) of code in VB6

    Same here. This is exactly why direct access to the VBE is a better way to reformat code. Addins are not usually compatible with other addins, so that old technique to extend VB6 is somewhat flawed...
  9. Re: Automatic "pretty listing" (reformatting) of code in VB6

    Yes, it looks like rubberduck has some similar features, but that last version I tried was not really stable.
    At least 2 forum members including myself had to reinstall VB6 just to clear the...
  10. Re: Automatic "pretty listing" (reformatting) of code in VB6

    Thanks guys, I've seen a few add-ins with the button reformat feature and an options panel for related settings.
    Automatic reformatting is a significant improvement in practice.

    Thierry69, you...
  11. Re: Automatic "pretty listing" (reformatting) of code in VB6

    Does VBIDEUtils perform the code formatting automatically? I am looking at your indent source code, and don't see direct access to the codemodule.
  12. Automatic "pretty listing" (reformatting) of code in VB6

    1. In vb.net there is a really nice time saving feature that automatically formats your code with the proper indentation.
    Type: If True then {Enter} produces
    If True Then
    { |Caret here}
    ...
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    Re: How about we make a VB7 (upgrade version of VB6)

    RobDogg was correct, the proper terminology should be VB6.1, VB6.2, ...VB6.5. The life cycle would continue indefinitely with version 6. In fact Microsoft did continue Visual Basic 6 until VB6.5,...
  14. Re: Control Selector in Form Designer (vbRichClient5)

    Is this form written in VB.NET? The icon looks like a VB.NET form icon, so I'm unsure of how you got that far to that point.

    In .NET there are several events that could handle this pretty easily,...
  15. Re: Flexible and lightweight Form Designer architecture (prototype)

    Alright let me know if you find something good for this. Right now, I am focused on getting VB.NET controls to work in the VB6 toolbox and VB6x toolbox. It works! But then, I want to complete the...
  16. Re: Flexible and lightweight Form Designer architecture (prototype)

    There is a vb6 form editor that I have been working on that generally uses the DDForms.dll, DDControlPack.dll, and related dll's behind the scenes.
    It has a form editor that may suite your needs. ...
  17. Re: No troll. What are the (legitimate) reasons people are still using VB6 ?

    In the words of Alan Cooper:
    164581

    I vote that we close the thread. We've all said our peace.
  18. Re: New VB6 IDE prototype with Backporter for use with the upcoming VB6Namespaces rel

    Thank you both for the feedback.

    So, I did not realize the touchpad would be an advantage. Thank you, I will make note of that ability on the web page.
    This is likely due to the upgrades that...
  19. Re: New VB6 IDE prototype with Backporter for use with the upcoming VB6Namespaces rel

    Did you mean that you can't open an existing form inside the project?

    It should be able to open a project that was saved with the IDE. Of course as noted, it uses MS forms designer, not the...
  20. Project update

    The first BETA version is now available on my web page and on Github VBForumsCommunity.
    An open source article is coming soon for those of you that wish to compile your own variant.
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  21. Re: No troll. What are the (legitimate) reasons people are still using VB6 ?

    Do you care to elaborate about what I misremembered? Several books indicate this was true.

    I'm not sure what version was the first that allowed developers to add custom event handlers to class...
  22. Re: No troll. What are the (legitimate) reasons people are still using VB6 ?

    Yes, the term delegate is used in .NET to represent this. For example after converting a VB6 project, you will often have to hook up a delegate.
    I believe in earlier versions of Visual Basic you...
  23. Re: No troll. What are the (legitimate) reasons people are still using VB6 ?

    The way I am reading it the main aspect of OOP is the ability to add events to the objects.
    For example, it is very powerful to access the object model of Visual Basic for Applications 6.5.
    I can't...
  24. Re: No troll. What are the (legitimate) reasons people are still using VB6 ?

    There is still hope though.
    http://summsoft.com/faq-about-vba-sdk-support/

    The last version was released in 2007 as Visual Basic 6.5.
    Since VB6 has an even older version of VBA embedded in it,...
  25. Re: No troll. What are the (legitimate) reasons people are still using VB6 ?

    I'm not really sure you know what that means in this context. No offense. You had thought that VB6 didn't run on newer OS. This is absolutely false. You simply didn't uncheck the additional...
  26. Re: Trojan vbRichClient5.dll found by MS security essentials

    I already removed the file, so I can't submit it to Microsoft. Can some of the members here go through the process to submit the file as a home end user?
    Submit here:...
  27. Trojan vbRichClient5.dll found by MS security essentials

    Detected item:
    Trojan:Win32/Azden.A!cl
    file:C:\....vbRichClient5.dll

    Alert level: Severe
    163739
    Says, it executes commands from an attacker.
    I'm not sure if this is a false positive or not.
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    Re: Detect when vb6 builds an exe

    If you are initiating the build, then I would call vb6.exe with arguments to make and save the error file. This file will tell you the executable and the state of the build.

    Something like this:...
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    Re: Rubberduck VB6 IDE support

    I have a big problem on my Windows 10 pro machine! Latest with updates.

    All of my Visual Basic projects will not load properly after installation of Rubberduck 2.3.
    The error logs for each...
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    Re: Rubberduck VB6 IDE support

    It works as an addin for both VBA and VB6. Office is not the only application with VBA embedded within it. The addin also works with other applications that have VBA embedded.
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    Re: Rubberduck VB6 IDE support

    mansellan,
    I did some more testing on Windows 7 ultimate before testing on Windows 10.

    The Rubberduck source code did not compile and I could not swiftly figure out why. There were numerous...
  32. Re: New VB6 IDE prototype with Backporter for use with the upcoming VB6Namespaces rel

    Thanks for the concern, however this is a forum for discussion of topics as well. I know where to post a thread of discussion, after all the years as a member here.
    However, a project like this can...
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    Re: Rubberduck VB6 IDE support

    I can report that Rubberduck v2.3.0 appears to work in a custom VBA embedded/integrated application as well. I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate with latest updates and Office 2016, will test Windows 10...
  34. Re: New VB6 IDE prototype with Backporter for use with the upcoming VB6Namespaces rel

    The project is moving along nicely. The VB6 version of the backporter is mostly complete.
    Although, the VB.NET version did not get a form designer or any advanced code editing features, because...
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    Re: LET MS know you are using VB6

    Nope, the quote/comment he made has been removed. It had the string "100" percent.
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    Re: LET MS know you are using VB6

    Something odd is going on in this forum, the quote is now missing. I see that the post is edited, but I don't see "Last edited by.." Even my quote of him quoting me is now altered to misrepresent...
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    Re: LET MS know you are using VB6

    Let us also not post quotes that are completely fabricated to misrepresent someone's words, such as Olaf does. In order to quote someone, the person being quoted must of actually said it in the...
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    Re: LET MS know you are using VB6

    If you can make an IDE so easy, then you should prove it. Hard to ignore that contradiction. You are saying it's easy and trivial, and yet we see no IDE progress from you in years. No offense, but...
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    Re: LET MS know you are using VB6

    I guess, but it did compile vb6 applications to native code, perhaps with some extra .net ability built in. I would say that a pure vb6.5 must of pre-dated the December 1998 era, when the first NET...
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    Re: LET MS know you are using VB6

    Olaf, thanks for the reply.

    No, the IDE currently opens vbp project files. The backporter function opens .vb files individually to be converted. In later updates, it will open vbproj and .sln...
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