v3 is out, it's much much better then it was in v2. As much as i'm using windoze (*damn you work!*), i'd prefer to stay away from as many of MS's bag of tricks if possible, on ethos alone.
Thanks heaps for your help, I'll try it out in VS express to see what's different, and post it.
Hi, thanks. The IDE i'm using is SharpDevelop (SharpDevelop @ic#code).
I'm still having troubles pushing and pulling values between forms, pretty sure it's something painfully simple i've over looked. I remember back in VB6, it was real simple lol
Hi, below is the MsgBox i'm talking about, how do i add a count down (eg, 20secs) and unless the user clicks something, then "Yes" is automatically selected?
Dim A As MsgBoxResult
A = MsgBox ("Hey!", MsgBoxStyle.YesNo)
If A = MsgBoxResult.Yes Then
In VB.net how do you retrieve an value from a object in a different form.
(please correct me if i'm using wrong / bad terms)
' on frmMain
MsgBox ("Say ""Hello World"" Mr. " & frmOther.txtName.text)
is it possible to have the same effect as a dialogue box, with form focus? eg, when using the open dialogue box, if you try to focus on another form within the app, it doesn't' let you and starts flashing. But when you switch to another app, it doesn't interfere.
OK, so i need something that can listen for shutdown requests and intercept and stop them. then run some code (prompts the user) that does some magic and then closes it's self and issues a new shutdown command.
This will aparently do it, but i have no idea how to use it.
ok so i want to write a unit converter (open source), and instead of having the whole thing as spaghetti code; i want users to be able to write plugins that have other convention functions.
what do i need to know and do?
partly figured it out
that wasn't what i was after. i firgured out how to do a part of it:
dateTimePicker.Format = Time
but dateTimePicker.Value still contains the Date, when i just what the time.
any ideas people?
ok so for ****s and giggles, i'm writing a windows scheduled tasks clone, and need to be able to set a time to kick-off $BLAH. if you look in "Date and Time Properties" (double click the clock)
i want of of them.. how do i do that?:confused: