Dunno if I can help but I made a program a while back that needed to kill one certain process, but on a server multiple users used there own process, so I never knew which one I was killing, so I had to start the process from my application, and stored the sessionID, so I knew which...
setting the DoubleBuffer = true will not actually do it. So inorder for DoubleBuffer to work on your panel create a class and call it something like DoubleBufferPanel
in that class add this code
Public Class DoubleBufferPanel
Public Sub New()...
I'll try your code in vb.net the next time I need to do this ProtekNickz ;) Much less work :)
I use normally use something like this, hope it helps :)
Public Sub RemoveTextBox(ByVal TextboxName As String)
For Each txtbox As TextBox In Controls
If txtbox.Name =...
I would create a MainForm with a notifyIcon and a contextmenu attached to that so you could simply rightclick the icon in tray and add new Instance or something, where you in your code would add to Button_Click Event:
Dim NewForm as New Form2
where Form2 is the form you want a...
Thank you very much for your reply, I will try to use the Garbage collection first and see what happens...
If it does not have any affect, the using will propably do the trick, but will consume a lot of time :)
Anyway, I will report back after the GC.Collect has been added...
I'm not sure but maybe this could help.
--> Dim dt as new Form1.ToteBetterDataset.tblRacelist
and then Apply the Filter to 'dt' instead.
--> Form1.TblRaceListTableAdapter.FillByTrackandType(dt, strTrack, strType)
If I understand correctly, it is becuase you declare oTag = New clsTag for each case, so you need to add the gotUpdate Handler to each oTag, because the 15th tag will be the only one with the Event oTag.gotUpdate.
The thing you need to do is the following:
Write the following...
I have a bit of an issue with one of my Applications, it seems to crash after a certain periode of time and I can't really find out why, so I made a Logfile entry with Memory information every minute to see where the increase is.
Cannot really provide with any code since it is very...