Private Sub PictureBox1_Paint(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.PaintEventArgs) Handles PictureBox1.Paint e.Graphics.DrawEllipse(Pens.AliceBlue, New Rectangle(New Point(0, 0), New Size(PictureBox1.Width, PictureBox1.Height))) End Sub
I am trying to draw a circle in VB.Net, .Net version 4.Nothing shows up in the paintbox.
Using Visual Basic 9 I want to draw a circle and gradientFill the circle using FillGradientStyle = Centraland a FillStyle = SolidWith the same results as can be achieved in The Power Packs 3.0 OvalShape.
User launches the application, enters width of circle, then enters width and height of rectangle and presses the button. Then app draws the circle with rectangle inside of it (if it fits). App should output the coordinates x1;y1 , x1;y2 , x2;y1 , x2;y2 (corners of rectangle) somewhere on form and would be great if it could post those coordinates on x and y axes (optional).
how to draw the circle at the below position, i have marked where i should get the angle. And i m also sending my piece of code.
Plz tell how to draw the circle at 180 degree on x-axis, For green circle. And later i should draw at the same place semi circle, dnt know how to draw them... i.e on green circle at zero n 180 degrees.
I am having some trouble drawing a circle that is constant when the program runs. right now I am able to create one of my clock hands (that is going counterclockwise), but I can't figure out how to draw the circle of the clock, any suggestions? [Code]
I need to write some code which draws a predefined circular path (say 48pix diameter) and use a timer to delay it to show it being drawn. I need to use GDI+ to do this. My guess is on the Timer.Tick, I would set some Point value for the next point on the path, and then call Invalidate to raise the Paint event.
is it possible to draw an accurate circle in vb.net with mouseDown and mouseUp boundaries? I only manage to create circle-settings with rectangular boundaries using DrawEllipse. I've tried to work around it using pythagoras but it just doesn't work and I'm pretty sure I've got my maths right...
Is it possible to define a circle with DrawEllipse(pencil,x1,y1,width,length) ?
I have developed a program which continuously draws a circle using a timer. Now every time the circle gets displays it flickers and which is because i have used me.refresh. Is there any other way to avoid this flickering.
Here is my code Private Sub Timer1_Tick(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Handles Timer1.Tick
I am graphing using Visual Basic graphics and it works. I would like to know how to draw a DASHED line instead of a solid line. Could someone help me with this?gphFormGraphics.DrawLine(Pens.Green, pt2, pt1)
For class, I am creating a Tic Tac Toe game. When there is a win I would like to draw a line over the 3-in-a-row. Not sure if this is possible because I used an array of buttons to represent the X's and O's. If this is not possible I would like to highlight the winning buttons.
I need to draw a line on a series of pictures: I have decompiled a movie file to 1200 pictures. I also have 1200 samples of vector data (coordinates of the line: beginning point, ending point , size of vector (length) and direction (angle)... anything). With these data I want for each corresponding picture to draw a line corresponding to this vector data for instance: picture 550 needs to get a line drawn from point (5,95) ... these are (x,y) coordinates. in direction of 5 degrees from a vertical line and length 55. Visual Basic do that? I understand there will be some work in locating the origin of the x,y coordinate system and telling the program what 'size 1' means...
I want to move cursor with visual basic and it seems I found way how to do that. It is possible even click with Visual Basic whereever on screen. But I cannot check out where on the screen the click was done and so I want to draw two short crossing lines on that point as marker where Visual Basic clicked on screen. If it is possible to move cursor to that position and show it then it is as good as drawing marker.
I seem to have great difficulty in creating a draw pen line function whereby the user clicks a button to create a line then picks a point on the form and types in a length in a textbox, which will also become the length of the line, its self.
I have a borderless form that I'm "docking" onto the top edge of my screen. Inside of the form, I'm placing a single toolstrip control, which docks across the entire form -> (picture the taskbar to get an idea of what I'm talking about).Because the borderless form has no edge to it, I wanted to draw a black line along the bottom edg` of the form to differentiate the form from the windows or desktop behind it.
The problem that I'm facing is that`the toolstrip will not move "behind" the line when it's docked, no matter how I order the control layers.
I've tried programatically sending the control to back to no avail either.
Any ideas on how to get the line to show above the docked toolstrip?
I would like to draw a rubber band line on a form. how do I do it? what I would like to make is when I click button1 I can draw a line in a form but Im having some problems with my code. here is my code
Imports System.Drawing.Drawing2D Public Class Form1 Dim x1 As Integer Dim y1 As Integer
I want to draw a line on an image in a picture box. How do I do? The picture box is placed as the only item in a standard form. The following doesn't work:Private Sub PictureBox1_Paint(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.PaintEventArgs) Handles PictureBox1.Paint
Dim TestLine As System.Drawing.Graphics TestLine = PictureBox1.CreateGraphics Dim TestPen As New System.Drawing.Pen(System.Drawing.Color.Red) TestLine.DrawLine(TestPen, 10, 10, 50, 50) TestPen.Dispose() End Sub
The corresponding method for the paint event works fine in a panel, but the picture box doesn't seem to support it. What am I doing wrong?
Let's say i have a textbox, a button and a picturebox on my form. What I want is if I put a value on the textbox a line is drawn in the picturebox. So for every value in the textbox a line is drawn according to that value. How can I do this on VS2008.