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  1. Re: VB NET QUESTION: Dynamically adding an array of controls to a form's groupbox, ho

    The two are unrelated. All the VB6 compatibility code is implemented in .NET. You can build a 64-bit EXE either way.

    There are a few options there:

    Target=x86 => Builds a 32-bit EXE that will...
  2. Re: Problems with a new computer. Please help

    If you look to the right on that page you'll see a colour key, which indicates that orange means least stable and green means most stable. I would suggest that you select the Installer link from the...
  3. Re: VB NET QUESTION: Dynamically adding an array of controls to a form's groupbox, ho

    You really ought to use a FlowLayoutPanel or TableLayoutPanel as the container, inside the form or GroupBox or whatever. Then you can just add the PictureBox and the positioning will be handled...
  4. Re: Problems with a new computer. Please help

    With regards to Edge's future, to the best of my knowledge, new Edge will become the default browser for Windows 10 when it is ready for general release and fully replace old Edge. I don't believe...
  5. Re: Problems with a new computer. Please help

    It appears that you have an nVidia GTX 1660 Ti video card but no nVidia drivers installed. You should visit the nVidia web site and download the latest drivers for that GPU.
  6. Re: Problems with a new computer. Please help

    That depends on the graphics card/chip that is in your machine. If it's possible, you'll likely need to find the appropriate file on the manufacturer's web site, download it and then run it.
    ...
  7. VS 2008 Re: [RESOLVED] Visual Basic - show a title on a dynamically added picturebox added to

    There's a link to a tutorial in my signature below. I'd suggest that you work your way through that from start to finish, even if you know some of it already. That should help with some of the...
  8. Re: Problems with a new computer. Please help

    With regards to the overall issue, my guess would be a video driver issue. Do you have a dedicated graphics chip or are you using Intel integrated graphics? If possible, I'd suggest...
  9. VS 2008 Re: Visual Basic - show a title on a dynamically added picturebox added to a table

    Um, you add a class to your project and paste the code in. That's it. If you can do anything, you can do that. Anyway, if you no longer need to then don't, but keep the principle in mind for later.
  10. Re: How to create and call a custom JQuery function?

    By the way, jQuery is JavaScript. Its basically just a JavaScript library. Anything you write in jQuery, you are writing in JavaScript. It's a matter of whether you're using the functionality...
  11. Re: How to create and call a custom JQuery function?

    You wouldn't use a loop in jQuery. You would use a selector. With a jQuery selector you can match zero, one or more elements and then the subsequent action is performed on each one. I suggest that...
  12. VS 2008 Re: Visual Basic - show a title on a dynamically added picturebox added to a table

    Just in case type inference and object initialisers aren't supported in your version (can't recall when they were added) here's a more verbose version of the same code:

    Imports System.IO

    Public...
  13. VS 2008 Re: Visual Basic - show a title on a dynamically added picturebox added to a table

    There's no such thing as a "tablebox". Do you mean a TableLayoutPanel?

    The Text property is a member of the Control class so all controls, which inherit Control, have that property. It's up to...
  14. VS 2008 Re: VB 8 TableLayoutPanel need vertical scolling ability but autoscroll causes large

    That makes no sense. Those two things are complete opposites. The point of auto-sizing is that the control will grow and shrink as you add and remove content while the point of auto-scroll is that...
  15. VS 2019 Re: [RESOLVED] Assigning values to properties

    I'm not 100% sure how Intellisense is implemented but I'm not sure that it is tied to the compiler. That means whether something would actually compile isn't a specific consideration. Intellisense...
  16. Re: Opening Admin Control + others from a button

    In that case there are no arguments, so you only need to set the file name.
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    VS 2019 Re: Forms and information in a form

    Follow the CodeBank link in my signature below and check out my thread on Master/Detail Data-binding. Once you have the data bound to the BindingSources, you can then bind those to any controls you...
  18. VS 2008 Re: VB 8 TableLayoutPanel need vertical scolling ability but autoscroll causes large

    VB 2005 is actually VB8, while VB 2008 is VB9.

    As for the issue, without having tested something for myself, the first idea that comes to mind is to put the TLP inside a Panel and set...
  19. Re: Opening Admin Control + others from a button

    This is wrong:
    proc.StartInfo.FileName = "control admintools";
    In a commandline, spaces are delimiters. That means that only everything before the first space is the file name and everything after...
  20. VS 2008 Re: VB 8 I can't figure out string arrays - inexperienced at those

    That sounds like programming alright! :)
  21. VS 2019 Re: [RESOLVED] Assigning values to properties

    Firstly, I don't believe that you have Option Strict On. Here's my evidence:

    171647

    Secondly, let's take a look at a couple more screenshots:

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  22. VS 2008 Re: VB 8 I can't figure out string arrays - inexperienced at those

    This is from my code:

    Dim filePaths = IO.Directory.GetFiles("folder path here", "card*.jpg")
    This is from your code:

    Dim filePaths As New IO.Directory.Getfiles(myfile_path, "card*.jpg")
    Do I...
  23. VS 2008 Re: VB 8 I can't figure out string arrays - inexperienced at those

    Don't use DirectoryInfo and FileInfo when all you need are the paths. Directory.GetFiles will return a String array containing file paths. If you want to create PictureBoxes for each file then you...
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    VS 2017 Re: Using Panels

    There's no point using a Panel to simply group controls logically. If the user can't see the grouping and it doesn't specifically help you in code, it's pointless. Some reasons to use Panels...
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    Re: Multiple screen resolutions

    You will almost certainly want the TLP anchored to the Top and Right. With just those set, the TLP will not change size and will remain in a fixed position relative to the top, right corner of the...
  26. Re: New to asynchronous methods, best approach for my application. Advice Appreciated

    The first step is to gain an understanding of asynchronous programming. To that end, you should do some reading on the Tasks Parallel Library (TPL) and the Async/Await pattern. That is the...
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    Re: Visual Basic for Inventor 2016

    What you're doing wrong is ignoring how I demonstrated how to use the Array.IndexOf method. Array.IndexOf and String.IndexOf are two different methods, defined in two different types. They are both...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Fill DatagridView

    It's still the OleDbCommand that you're adding parameters to. It's just that the data adapter is creating the command and you're getting it out, rather than your creating it and passing it in. It's...
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    Re: Recordsets - sql

    Only the mods/admins can delete a thread.
  30. Re: VB.net - getting "CCM the network path not found" error

    Well, I can;t see the issue in your code... because I can't see your code! If the error message is telling you that the network path isn;t found then it's not found. We don;t know what that path is...
  31. 2.0 Re: How to drag with mouse Controls groupBox1 in Run time ?

    They aren't methods. They are events. They are members of the Control class. GroupBox inherits Control - all controls do; it's why they are controls - so it inherits those events. DragEnter and...
  32. Re: Can I convert EventArgs type to PaintEventArgs type ?

    Clearly, you don't.

    Too bad. You have no choice. That's how the developers who created Windows Forms designed it to work, so stop trying to beat the system. Even if you could do it, what you...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Fill DatagridView

    Not that there's anything wrong with .paul.'s code but I just wanted to point out that there's no real point to creating a connection, then a command, then a data adapter if you have a connection...
  34. Re: Can I convert EventArgs type to PaintEventArgs type ?

    Someone doesn't understand how inheritance works. How could you possibly convert an object to another type that has more data? A PaintEventArgs object has a Graphics object provided by the control...
  35. Re: Any other language environments as easy to use and robust as VB6?

    I hardly used VB6 at all but, from what I see and hear of others, VB6 experience helps with recognising the purpose of keywords in VB.NET and with some code structure but the expectations that things...
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    Re: Recordsets - sql

    You've posted in the CodeBank forum, which is for sharing working code snippets rather than asking questions. Curious mistake for someone with 1200 posts but there you go. I've asked the mods to...
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    VS 2017 Re: Recovery and repair of VS application

    Yes, you can just delete those items. If you're thinking of editing a designer file by hand, just exercise some caution. Even though it's already in a state, I'd still suggest creating a backup...
  38. VS 2019 Re: ListView Column headings backgroubd colour

    My first question is whether you should be using a ListView in the first place. Many people use a ListView in Details view when they really ought to be using a DataGridView. The latter is a native...
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    Re: Visual Basic for Inventor 2016

    Concurrent arrays are, by definition, arrays where elements at the same index are related. If you want to translate from a value in one array to a value in the other by that relationship then you do...
  40. Re: Use current display in DataGridView as source for RDLC ReportViewer using button

    You should do what I said.

    Forms are object, like any other, so you get data into them like any other. How do you usually get data into an object? By setting a property or by calling a method...
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