Aug 12, 2009
Currently, my application is comprised of:a Main Form On this Form, lies an array of User controls, (pardon my terminology, i believe the more proper VB.Net term is Collection of controls). Within these controls are pictureboxes that have distinct graphics drawn on them. When I run this program, no graphics are drawn in the pictureboxes or it appears the graphics are overwritten. Also, it seems that the Form resizes uncontrollably varying in size on the screen and hits an infinite loop. I use the Form_Resize function for updating the size of the form. What could be causing this problem. What is the Paint method used for?Currently, to draw graphics on the Pictureboxes i am using the graphics object. I have two pictureboxes within the usercontrol for toggling back and forth for a more fluid refresh upon property updates.
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From my reading, vb.net does not allow the ability to create an array of controls on a form, so I attempted to create an array of controls dynamically to try and stay as close to my vb6 application as possible because my knowledge is limited. This works, from what i can tell I know that in the Upgrade wizard the VB6.Compatiblity reference was used to try and mimic an array of controls, but I wanted to steer away from that and program strictly using VB.Net commands.