currently im working on a tool which will capture screenshots. after taking screenshots it will save it as jpeg fiel. wat i need to do is if click button to the current image should open with MSpaint. So that the user can edit the image and can save it
I've got a basic idea of what i'm wanting to do, just been out of it too long to remember how to do it. I'm wanting to load an image, not display it. Get all the pixel data, then redraw the image pixel for pixel in mspaint.
How can microsoft paint(or any other painting software) be included in a VB.net project? I need to used its functionalities to maipulate jpg and movie file. Is there any ways this can be done on VB.net (or Visual Studio).
I have a small copy/paste type of program. You put text in the boxes, click copy and it copies it to the clipboard. I have a text file attached to format the text when it is copied. what I want to accomplish is...If I don't fill in every single textbox with text, I don't want that particular field to show when I paste it. Example, I have the layout like below on the text document.
textbox1. textbox2. textbox3.
No matter what, when I click copy, the text document is going to copy textbox1,2,and 3. If I only put text in textbox 1 and 3, I don't want it to copy textbox2 if its empty.
In the key down event for a text or rich text box:If (e.Control) And (e.KeyCode = Keys.V) Then e.SuppressKeyPress = TrueTo prevent pasting for all text boxes on your form, set form KeyPreview to true and add the above code to form key down event.
I have a webbrowser control which I have created a contextmenu for. I have added a paste button and do docbrowser.body.inner.body = clipboard.gettext. The problem with this is when I copy text from a word document and paste it I loose all the formatting. If I remove my context menu and use the default and paste I keep my formatting.
I'm trying to achieve "disabled" affect of my form when running some process. I thought the best way to implement this was to somehow paint an overlay on top of the whole form with some gradient light gray color. But it seems like using the Form Paint event paints under all child controls. Is there a way to achieve this effect? I think I have seen somewhere else where some sort of snapshot is taken of the whole form and converted to grayscale but I need the form to be sizeable still.
The only way I know to force a paint event in my pictureboxes is to do a 'Picturebox1.invalidate'. I read that this isn't the best way to do it though, so what's the best way to make my picture boxes repaint?
I created a simple application to display the current Date/time on a Form (see below). When the application runs, the amount of memory used continues to grow. I don't see any obvious problems. I am running Visual Studio 2008 on Vista Business OS.
I was wondering how i would go about threading a paint event. I know the basic multithreading but i cant figure out how i would go about applying this on a paint event. This is the way i know how to go about multithreading.
Ive been hacking away at this portion of a project for some time and I have a Picbox in a panel, I can, Draw on the image no problem, I can pan and then draw on the image, no problem. How ever when I zoom in out out on the image I can no longer draw on the zoomed image. How ever if I try and draw then zoom again, the lines will show up, but in the wrong places
I have figured out, or think to have figured out, that the new way of doing arcs and lines does not require the HDC, so that problem is solved. The problem I am having now is that with the new way, every example I have found created a sub that does the drawings, like:
Public Sub PictureBox1_Paint(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.PaintEventArgs) Handles PictureBox1.Paint Dim radius As Integer = 20 Dim diameter As Integer = radius * 2
Is there anyway to pass values to this sub? I have to draw several arcs and lines and the values for them are different everytime. I would like to create a sub that would be used in every spot the old program used the old arc command and pass the needed values through it.
I've used this example to create a paint application in vb express 2008, however the example can only open and save .pic files! How can I make it so that my application can open and save a commonly used image type, such as bmp, jpeg or png? I would imagine it can't be that hard, just saving what has been drawn in the picturebox into an image file, or loading an image into the picturebox.
I have tried to make a load event by using some simple code I've made: If OpenFileDialog1.ShowDialog() = DialogResult.OK Then PictureBox1.Image = Image.FromFile(OpenFileDialog1.FileName) If Not (PictureBox1.Image Is Nothing) Then m_Picture = Nothing PictureBox1.Invalidate() [Code] .....
When I simply delete this section of code, pictures open fine however of course then I cannot draw, which defeats the purpose of my application. So how can I open and save images with my paint app?
[url]... I managed to figure out how to paint a bitmap on a form. With some slight modification, I managed to make it so that the position of the bitmap can change based on key strokes.However, for some reason, it only does this once. It can't be that the xPosition and yPosition aren't responding since I rigged two labels to tell me their values and they are changing. So how can I make the bitmap respond.[code]...
I am making a screenshot saver/viewer and I want to be able to click on the PictureBox1 when it has an image inside it, and have it open up "mspaint.exe" and paste the contents of the PictureBox1 Image into Paint. How can I do this? [code]
I have a MonthCalendar control on a panel and it is invisible; when the user clicks on a button I make the panel visible which is fine but the calendar control selected date is highlighted half on one date and half on the other.
Why is this happening? If I simply show the control it does this.
Whenever I load or close child forms or other form (for that matter) then there is flickering in my MDI form. The flickering maybe because the form may be getting painted with gradient or so. Now this flickering is really noticable and I need to solve this. I am pasting the code that I am using to paint my MDI form. If you guys think the code is in efficient then let me know. Or if there is any fix or other way to go about it then I would like to know.
CODE - written inside my MDI form.
Public Class MdiContainer Inherits Control Private WithEvents MdiPane As Control
I am using windows application vb.net 2008 . In that i am open an ms paint. When i am drawing something and clicking on save changes yes then it will require for save file. I want this drawing directly comes to the selected Richtextbox
I am currently working on my own listview control, and I was wondering if it was possible to get it to not draw the text for the listviewitem when the listview is in report mode? What I have been doing is putting all of my information in the tag and leaving the text property blank so it doesn't paint. Andis there a way to paint the background of the column headers? Because It only allows me to paint the actual column header? Here is what im talking about for the background of the column headers.
In VS 2005, I have a form with a few controls (comboboxes and labels) that won't display when the form loads. The controls show up as transparent "holes" in the form, through which I can see my desktop. As soon as I move the form, or left-click on the title bar for about a second (without moving the nouse) the controls render correctly.What do I need to do to get these controls to display correctly, short of forcing a resize?
I want to create a track bar using paint event, but the problem is on mouse move event<Me.Invalidate()> is very slow since the graphic become unvisible for milli seconds and then return back, is there a way to make it faster?(doesn't become invisible)