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In other words the...
Experience: Beginner Vb.NETer ( But experience programmer)
Version: 2005 .Net
Warning: I am most likely mis-using the terms binding etc, so please take what I am saying with a grain of salt. Also I have simplified the situation greatly to highlight the issue.
I want to bind a textbox on a...
What I am looking for is a method that only executes when a UI Object ( Combobox, TextBox etc. ) is first ‘shown’ to the user at runtime, and does not run at design time.
NEW for example does not work because it seems to execute as soon as I drag my subclassed ComboBox onto a form. It ( The...
First of all Thanks! that does it.
The key for me was the line #2 "Click 'Show all files' in Solution Explorer, click..." At first I did know what you meant. I did not see any 'Show all files", but some clicking here, a hokey-pokey there and sure enough I was able to see the 'Show all...
First of all I am a beginner VB.net programmer (VB 2005 )
I want to visually subclass a combo box. I know how to subclass via code but my question is how to do with visually?
Want I mean is I want an icon to appear in the
toolbox so that I can drag my subclass combo box onto a form.
Thanks for the suggestions ( I have been away from the project for a while, hence my delay in the response). The key for me was calling the form's refresh method. I was calling invalidate ( what an odd method name ) etc., but missed the simple refresh.
As I am a first time poster allow me to give you some information:
I have been developing for hire since 1982, but have only seriously working with .Net for a few months, and only half that time with VB.Net. The project that I am now working on is a ‘super’ tick-tack-toe game. (Heck I had to...