I am wonder if the ListBox control or any other control has the ability to have folders with icons like the Visual Studio Solution explorer.
It would help a lot if anyone could point me in the right direction :)
Sorry for all the console application questions but I'm new to working with the console, but I'm trying my hardest to find answers before I post a new thread.
I am dynamically creating forms in my console application and I am using Application.Run so that my forms are displayed...
I've been looking everywhere and I am really stuck on this one small problem...
I need to be able to hide/show the console window during runtime. I can't change my console application to a window forms application because it messes up my code and I'm pretty sure you still can't show...
Pretty much what I have is many many classes created, now the user will type a class name and a method and the application will run that method with the supplied arguments. Now I have got it working using:
Dim method As System.Reflection.MethodInfo
method = Type.GetType("Code." &...
This has been tested and is working ;)
If Not System.Windows.Forms.Clipboard.GetImage Is Nothing Then
Dim oImgObj As System.Drawing.Image = System.Windows.Forms.Clipboard.GetImage
Okay I'll download it when I get time, I forgot to mention that I had to reinstall windows and I just got 2012 cos it was the latest one but before that I had 2010 and 2012 and I wasn't having problems with 2012 :P
Well if your forms are all connecting to the same database, maybe you should try using a global instance of the sql connection..
I've never experienced this so I don't know if that's what the problem is, but you should give it a go. :)
This is in the wrong section btw ;) Next time put it in the WinForms section
Dim StringToReplace As String = "Email Address:"
Dim ReplaceWith As String = ""
Dim S1 As String = ""
Dim S2 As String = ""
If TextBox1.Text.Contains(StringToReplace) Then
Dim aEmails As Integer =...
I have recently switched from Visual Studio 2010 to Visual Studio 2012 RC and I have been using it for about a month or more now.
Anyway, I have been working on a game engine and here is the problem.
When I leave Visual Studio open in the background while on a website, after about 3-5...
I was just working on a 2D RPG Engine I'm working on and noticed the User Controls use the arrow keys and tab key as function keys on the main form.
So I wrote a little piece of code to place in your control to allow arrow keys and the tab key to be pressed.
Would anyone be interested in a VB.net open source web server?
The project name is onyxServer and I have got it working quite well.
If you are interested please comment below or PM me.
I set up a temporary development site so people can view what we have done so far.
It can be...
Your Text Box does have 'Multiline' enabled right?
By your code I can tell you would at least think of that :P
You said that you can see all the entries if you uncomment the 'TextBox2.Text = notebookXml' line, because if it works in that textbox shouldn't it be working in your main textbox?