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    Re: [VB6 Add-In] Project Examiner

    wqweto, during the enumaeation of forms, forms are loaded, but not unloaded.
    So in big projects, an Out of Memory occurs
    This is the reason of my modification
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    Re: [VB6 Add-In] Project Examiner

    It should be same problem as I had
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    Re: [VB6 Add-In] Project Examiner

    The designer for forms remains opened
    So when too much forms are in memory -> Out of memory

    So you need to close the designer at the end of your For Next :

    If (iComp.Type =...
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    Re: [VB6 Add-In] Project Examiner

    I have found the reason, give me a few minutes to test again.
    NB : Extraction of the strings gave me 18000 lines :)
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    Re: [VB6 Add-In] Project Examiner

    Of course :)
    I am 100% up to date, and it is a commercial product (quite big, millions of lines)
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    Re: [VB6 Add-In] Project Examiner

    I modified the addin just tohandle UC.
    I worked
    Unfortunately I have exactly 26 UC (it crashed on the 26's form)
    I still investigate

    Some comments :
    Extracting string (I found 2 labels that...
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    Re: [VB6 Add-In] Project Examiner

    No problem of ram (32gb)
    I'll try to figure out
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    Re: [VB6 Add-In] Project Examiner

    I have found the reason.
    I just had to open the main designer to make it work (just to let you know)
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    Re: [VB6 Add-In] Project Examiner

    Same problem.
    Always on the same form, the 26's form
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    Re: [VB6 Add-In] Project Examiner

    I had a out of memory on this line :
    Set iDes = iComp.Designer

    than it corrupted the form (I had a backup)

    NB : It is a big project with 236 forms & 26 UC
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    Re: [VB6 Add-In] Project Examiner

    Seems intersting (looking the code), but no way to compile it
    "Compile Error Procedure declaration does not match description or event or procedure having the same name"
    on
    Private Sub...
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    Re: we almost got the source to VB6

    Just looking intot the sources & project, and some interesting code :)
    Like this one to listen the Event Viewer log of Windows

    Dim objServices As SWbemServices
    Dim WithEvents objSink As...
  13. Re: DAO MDB database SQL error "Too many fields"

    Try like
    SELECT Element.Field1, Element.Field2, Count.Field1, Count.Field2 , Sample.Kilovolts, Sample.Numbers, Sample.Sets, "
    etc...
    Avoiding *
  14. Re: DAO MDB database SQL error "Too many fields"

    I know there is a limit for the number of returned fields.
    I had the same too (ADO)
    Reduce the number of fields instead of using the *
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    Re: Notorius R.B.G ... RIP

    Don't let him do that
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    Re: YemenRat open source

    I opened the project in notepad (not VB), and I can't trust the project.

    I suggest to not open it and run it in VB
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    Re: [vb6] Project Scanner

    Nb : La Volpe, have you seen my message?
  18. Re: [RESOLVED] VB ADD-INS for analyzing variable names

    NB : For testing, I always tag like ' ######
    So I can do a search for the string to remove the uneeded lines
  19. Re: VB ADD-INS for analyzing variable names

    Yes, LaVolpe's project can do it, and in combination with VBIDEUtils (addin open source now), you could find nearly everything
    I use both for my projects
  20. Re: (VB6) source code of Add-In to delete *.vbw files on project load

    Tested and works perfectly.
    I had in my mind to do the same, juste delete vbw files
  21. Re: [RESOLVED] Challenge - Create Add-In to prevent *.vbw actions

    Just wake up and already done....
    So no need for me to do it :)
    I'll take a look
  22. Re: Challenge - Create Add-In to prevent *.vbw actions

    Good idea.
    If I have time tomorrow, I could investigate to create it
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    Re: Re PlanetSourceCode

    I know that, but it is to split with real utilities section, with PSC in order to avoid to be a totally junk part. (PSC has a lot of junk sources)
    Or a sub folder
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    Re: Re PlanetSourceCode

    Why not creating a special folder on VBForums called PSC, where to upload all code with their desriptions?
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    Re: Multi Language VB6 Application

    Just to help, here my code to do automatic translation between languages


    Private m_objIE As Object

    Private Function Translate_DeepL(sText As String, sFrom As String, sTo As String) As...
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    Re: New component release

    I Shutdown the website, and PPReview was previously olde 99$ (I could still sell it if you want)
    But mainly, I sell the whole sources, and if you want, you can contact me by MP
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    Re: Multi Language VB6 Application

    Be sure to regsiter all OCX and all DLL
    You can also recomplie them all
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    Re: New component release

    Here is the install : -link removed-
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    Re: New component release

    In previous time, I was selling PPreview ActiveX.
    Now not selling it anymore, but I sell the sources
    I shutdown the website last year : here is a copy of the website -link removed-
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    Re: Multi Language VB6 Application

    be sure that OCX are registered
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    Re: Multi Language VB6 Application

    With VBIDEUtils, it will analyse the whole project and extract all strings, so you can save them into a DB/Ini file, for translation.
    Then VBIDEUtils can replace the string like "String to...
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    Re: Multi Language VB6 Application

    VBIDEUtils does it
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    Re: Windows 10 Look?

    I wrote my own control (including picture) to do it
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    Re: Windows 10 Look?

    I have adapted our softwares to W10 look (as much as possible) log time ago
    I use Sergoe UI Font, Codejock product, and I have all my own controls to have as much as possible W10 look
    But I still...
  35. Re: Tool to modify properties in all FRM files in a project

    Here is the code I used to change properties

    Public Sub UpdateForeColorLabel(nColor As Long)
    ' #VBIDEUtils#************************************************************
    ' * Programmer Name ...
  36. Re: Tool to modify properties in all FRM files in a project

    No, My VBIDEUtils (poste on github)
    it works very well in my case to modify the required properties
  37. Re: Tool to modify properties in all FRM files in a project

    Well.
    I tested it, and it was not working so good on my project.
    Too much forms with too heavy controls, and after several forms, VB6 crashed.

    So I modified my VBIDEUtils which already had such...
  38. Re: Tool to modify properties in all FRM files in a project

    Thanks, I'll look to that.
    Ic could be a very usefull addin
  39. Tool to modify properties in all FRM files in a project

    Hi all,

    I need to modify some properties in hundred of forms in a project.
    For example, set the appearance of the form to FLAT instead of 3D (by default)

    The problem is that in the .FRM files,...
  40. Re: free libraries for PDF to IMAGE conversions?

    https://www.cyotek.com/blog/convert-a-pdf-into-a-series-of-images-using-csharp-and-ghostscript

    easy to convert to VB6
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