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  1. Re: How to view OCX, DLL and DCR files in embedded Documents, using object and embed

    Why would you not hope for it to embed OCX/DLL/DCR files, then so
  2. How to view OCX, DLL and DCR files in embedded Documents, using object and embed tags

    Dear members of this forum,

    I am looking to get a HTML Document named for example: MyGame.htm to completely have a OCX or DCR, even a DLL file embedded into the document, that means there will...
  3. Re: Getting the ball rolling. Which VB6 projects are you working on?

    sure as hell could be. The Word app, has things like many features that you can't find else where, also at that. I am able to show graphics and tables, in my version of RichTextBox ActiveX control
  4. Re: Getting the ball rolling. Which VB6 projects are you working on?

    Wait the RichTextbox can be used as a word processor, hey dude
  5. Re: Getting the ball rolling. Which VB6 projects are you working on?

    We are taking far too long on our projects. I remember when working on my project in QuickBasic v1.00 for DOS 5.00, even. and then now it's on the windows platform, then
  6. Re: Getting the ball rolling. Which VB6 projects are you working on?

    Crikey Moses
  7. Re: Getting the ball rolling. Which VB6 projects are you working on?

    who is that person meant to be, then. a member of this forum or not so, even
  8. Re: Getting the ball rolling. Which VB6 projects are you working on?

    180232
  9. Re: Getting the ball rolling. Which VB6 projects are you working on?

    Here is my artwork, which is called: QuickDirector SX

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  10. Re: Getting the ball rolling. Which VB6 projects are you working on?

    he wants money for his work, okay then that is final, even so
  11. Re: Getting the ball rolling. Which VB6 projects are you working on?

    I used to get paid for m coding and design, along with my IT tech stuff, before my accident with the phone and router hub in the department which saw me nearly dead, even. and I don't want to talk...
  12. Re: Getting the ball rolling. Which VB6 projects are you working on?

    QuickDirector SX and Windows SX, also
  13. Re: Using DCR files in later editions of web browsers, like Edge and Firefox etc

    -- Thanks for the input, you gave to me, matey!!
  14. Re: Using DCR files in later editions of web browsers, like Edge and Firefox etc

    Thanks all the same
  15. Re: Using DCR files in later editions of web browsers, like Edge and Firefox etc

    OMG yeah
  16. Using DCR files in later editions of web browsers, like Edge and Firefox etc

    Hello guys I am trying to view Shockwave Movies in present day editions of web browsers, which include: Opera, Safari, Firefox, Edge and many more of them, even so. I am using a DCR Movie, which...
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    Re: Reading a Text File in Visual Basic 6

    Here it is my source code with the project of mine, then so be it
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    Re: Reading a Text File in Visual Basic 6

    So sorry. I wish to open a file, using Get
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    Re: Reading a Text File in Visual Basic 6

    I need to prepare the department slot for the data to then be readable. because I have encrypted it, then needs to then be unencrypted, and then made to be shelled, in the IDE...

    Like this:

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    Re: Reading a Text File in Visual Basic 6

    It now looks something like this source code, as below in the code tags...


    Dim Item1 As String

    With Main.CustomDialog1
    Open .Path & "\" & .FileName For Binary As #1
    ...
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    Re: Reading a Text File in Visual Basic 6

    Correct
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    Re: Reading a Text File in Visual Basic 6

    well actually I wrote a zip data file, that I made in WinRAR and then encrypted it using VB6. Then I need to either use Input or Binary to do this with, what I am looking here to do so, with it
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    Re: Reading a Text File in Visual Basic 6

    I am trying to run the file into notepad using the shell command
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    Re: Reading a Text File in Visual Basic 6

    -- This is what I have been working on for the graveyard and also the widow maker shifts, so then...


    With Main.CustomDialog1
    .Data = Item1
    Open .Path & "\"...
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    Reading a Text File in Visual Basic 6

    hello guys, it's me again.

    I am looking to have a text file to be read by doing a shell action, after the file has been made in text chars. I need it to look something like this:


    With...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Develop a new/modern VB6-IDE

    Sorry, I got too over myself in the last post of mine. but then using the CustomDialogBox source code it will be able to make such things happen for me, like so you have read them here, like so
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Develop a new/modern VB6-IDE

    We can compress stuff in the resource file editor, using my CustomDialogBox control, which makes single files about 10 Bytes in file size, ain't that great hey dudes???
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Develop a new/modern VB6-IDE

    -- Here is my latest version of my project, that I call: QuickDirector SX!!
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Develop a new/modern VB6-IDE

    I don't follow you guys, now like so then okay
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Develop a new/modern VB6-IDE

    Hey dudes, check this out now, like so and you can help me with my project, I call: QuickDirector SX...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Develop a new/modern VB6-IDE

    Well there is a fact of computer programming to make a tool or app, into a self supportive program/app, even. I mean one that is dependant upon runtime files, but works alone and cross platformed,...
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Develop a new/modern VB6-IDE

    How spooky is that to be true, then. But then a language that isn't supported anymore, is then pushing your boat up stream without a paddle, then so to speak.
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Develop a new/modern VB6-IDE

    Well we have to keep the COM Arteticure and then integrate the .NET framework, plus other key elements about 5GL technology, like now
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Develop a new/modern VB6-IDE

    Sure we can then be, excited but then where is the technology in doing it with, even
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Develop a new/modern VB6-IDE

    I guess they should do that, hey???
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Develop a new/modern VB6-IDE

    -- Thanks, I never left Visual Basic for anything or anyone, even like so
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    Re: [RESOLVED] Develop a new/modern VB6-IDE

    I am working on a Visual Basic/Adobe Director IDE and have nearly finished it off, even so then okay
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    Re: Turning Source Code into Compiler Code???

    Well yes I am being serious, hey. What's wrong with my project???
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    Re: Turning Source Code into Compiler Code???

    i am making my own dialect of Director. So then I am looking at making compiler code, for my published artwork movies. (PS: A Director Movie is a DCR file, much the same way that the SlideShows in...
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    Re: Turning Source Code into Compiler Code???

    It's very hard to describe what I want to do in my project. and yes I went to an English speaking city, etc. so then English is my first language, and then COBOL is my second language, but then I...
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