OpenGL : Library Not FoundApr 6, 2011
how to write program based on OpenGL in VS? cause when i begine debugging ,it says library not found..
how to write program based on OpenGL in VS? cause when i begine debugging ,it says library not found..
I am adding an existing vb file to a class library and its not compling. It can't find MessageBox, RichTextBox. The file is importing System.Windows.Forms and the complier is not finding that either. What can I do to make the compile find MessageBox, RichTextBox?View 3 Replies View Related
My program used to run on my system just fine until I removed some other applications. Then the proggy was giving me a runtime error. The funny thing is that once I installed visual basic 6 and added a reference to dao360.dll, or the Microsoft DAO 3.6 that the program then worked without error.
VB6 was never installed on this system before. The program worked just fine until applications were uninstalled from the system. What happened that caused the reference to stop working? Why did the program stop finding dao360.dll even though the program itself wasn't modified since vb6 wasn't installed?
I get an error while trying to install a third party Excel add-in [Thomson One Analytics]. Error: "Compile error in hidden module: Main" Microsoft Excel 2003..But when I had the Addin unlocked.I noticed that it was getting stuck at a specific line in the MAIN module of the Addin package and the debugger throws a compile error message saying that: "Object library Invalid or contains references to object definitions that could not be found". Earlier when I had this issue,I made another user login to the PC and we were able to use the add-in successfully. But this time even a different user with Admin Rights was not able to use it. [code]
Tried to install and run the Addin on the same computer by a different user having admin rights, no go.Made sure that he references for the add-in in the VBA editor are correct, by comparing them with a working computer, no go Re-installed "Service Pack 6 for Visual Basic 6.0: Run-Time Redistribution Pack (vbrun60sp6.exe)", no go. Ran repairs on Excel, no go Re-installed Excel, no go
I was trying to learn how to do openGL within a VB .NET environment and it seems that the Tao framework or OpenTK is recommended with OpenTK having a higher recommendation so that is what I chose to try using. Since I am brand new to this, I am trying to just draw a simple box, triangle, or anything really so that I can understand it all before making more complex things. I have been unsuccessful at this so far so I will list in order what I have done so far and hopefully someone here can help me correct it or provide a new example just so I can draw a simple shape.
1) I installed OpenTK using opentk-2010-10-06.exe
2) In a new project I added the references to OpenTK.dll and OpenTK.Compatibility.dll
3) I added the control (opentk.glcontrol.dll)
4) I added the actual control to my form.Using some examples online I added the rest:
5) I wrote my references in:
The above results in no display?
I was wondering if anyone could steer me to any good references to using OpenGL in vb.Net? I wanted to try a simple line drawing test to start off with, and came across many old discussions about using CsGl or the Tao Framework. But I could not get CsGL to import into Net2008 (the Add Reference window simply could not see the DLL that was clearly there when using Windows Explorer). And although I could get Tao to import OK, and found portions of one person's project, I figured that somehow the GL window he was referring to had to first be set up as a GL object (new class?).In addition, all the OpenGL books I have looked at only discuss OGL with respect to some version of C.From what I have gathered, you need a connector between vb.Net and the opengl32.dll libraries and that is what CsGL and Tao are about. But the edumucation resources seem very few.View 13 Replies View Related
I wanted to install visual Basic or C++ (but Basic really seems easyer to use) with DirectX or OpenGL but I can't get it to work!I've tried Visual Basic Express 2008 and 2010 and i'm getting the same type of errors...
When I try this program [URL]with VB I either get
with 2008 : just a red cross on a blank screen
with 2010 : an unlimited waiting time, and when i click i get an error message that tells me to continue waiting, im forced to CTRL -ALT - DEL to shut down VB.
-> OpenGL:So i've tried a lot of times! they tell me that it's already installed on windows so i don't need any installation but then VB gives me alot of errors, telling me that some part of code isnt recognized!!
i've tried tutorials with Csgl or Tao, but none seem to work...I already got some knowlege of OpenGL but not DirectX, so could anyone please tell me which one does work on my computer and is best for creating a graphics window inside an API that i create, for instance a mob maker?
i want to do a graphics project in Vb.net but have to use OpenGl Libraries . How do i download compatible OpenGl package and how to use them in my .net code.View 3 Replies View Related
I render a complex shape in OpenGL which requires a lot of calculations, is there anyway to export that to a state like a model that can be opened again later given you wont edit it again?
I can't create them outside the program (with something like Blender) since the shape is computed when the program starts. The render then gets translated, rotated, drawn over, etc. Note, that I don't need to edit the shape though, but I do want it in a 3D state so saving an image isn't an option.
i heard OpenGL is 3D and it can be used in visual basic for models and games. Now i dont know if OpenGl is a contol or coding script. But i want to know how to make a simple model in OpenGl in visual basic.View 9 Replies View Related
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I am trying to create a tool to make terrains for my game and would like to develop it in Visual Basic Express 2010. I want to use OpenGL but am having trouble.1. Will VB support OpenGL 3.x or higher?View 6 Replies View Related
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I'm working on a game engine, and I want to be able to draw a billboarded (i.e. rectangular to the screen) quad with the center-bottom of the quad being determined by a single point.View 1 Replies View Related
i have to do a college project on this platform so i decided to learn open GL. while working with glui i am facing some problems. i downloaded glui-2.36. I thought of starting with the example1 (code added at bottom of the post) that was included in source folder of glui-2.36. i am using VB.net 2008 When i build the project it gives me 3 errors:
error C2661: 'GLUI_Checkbox::GLUI_Checkbox' : no overloaded function takes 3 arguments
error C2661: 'GLUI_Spinner::GLUI_Spinner' : no overloaded function takes 3 arguments
error C2227: left of '->set_int_limits' must point to class/struct/union/generic type
Here is cpp code:
/** These are the live variables passed into GLUI ***/
int wireframe = 0;
I'm currently running into a problem regarding animation in OpenGL. I have between 200 and 10000 gears on the screen at a time all rotating. When the window is not in maximized view, my CPU runs at about 10-20 % consistently. No spikes, no stuttering in the animation, it runs perfectly smooth regardless of the number of gears on screen. When I maximize the window though, everything falls apart. My CPU maxes out, I begin getting weird spikes in CPU usage, the animation begins stuttering as a result, and it just looks really ugly, even when I have only 200 gears on screen.
My animation technique looks like this:
Calculate current rotation angle based on a running timer
I'm using the Tao framework in VB.net. I'm not performing any other calculations other than the ones to calculate the rotation angle mentioned above and perform a few glRotateD and glscaleD in the method to draw the image.
In addition, I guess I was under the impression that regardless of the window size in an orthographic 2-dimensional drawing that is scaling on resizing of the window, the drawing time would always take the same amount of time. Is this a correct assumption?
Note that I've seen the animation run perfectly smooth at full screen before. Every once in awhile, OpenGL will decide it's happy and run perfectly at full screen using between 10-20% of the CPU (same as when not maximized). I haven't pinpointed what causes this though, because it will run one time perfectly, then without changing anything, I will run it again and encounter the choppiness. I simply want to pinpoint what causes the animation to slow down and eliminate it.
I've run a dot trace on my program and it says that the swapBuffers method is using 55 % of my processing time even though I'm never explicitly calling the method. Is the method called by something else that I can eliminate, or is this simply OpenGL's "dead time" method to limit the animation to 60 fps?
make a openGL overlay so for an examplei play a game and when i click shift + tab then the game will fade and my application will be seen but without minimizing the gameView 3 Replies View Related
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i have installed visual studio 2010 32 bit on my new computer which have windows 7 64 bit. Everything seems ok. But now I try to learn how to draw some spheres with movement. I have tried to install openGL2 but it does not work or said that it does not fit with 64 bit, or it works only with VC.
Could any one, please, give me a short introduction to install and use open GL in vb.net 2010 installed on windows 7 64 bits ?
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Currently I am using this code to check for Firefox on a 32 bit machine
Dim Firefox32 As String
Firefox32 = My.Computer.Registry.GetValue _
("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMozillaMozilla Firefox 5.0in", "PathToExe", Nothing)
MsgBox("The value is " & Firefox32)
If the value is found then the above message is fine, but if the entry is not found I want it to display a message like: "Firefox could not be found" instead of "The value is: " What code would make this appear?
We have a GIS application that has some performance issues. It creates and sends an image to a web browser. We start with a Bing Maps imager, add complex polygons (complete with transparent fill), save the finished image as a PNG, and send it to the browser.
The idea has come up that we could possibly install a graphics card and use DirectX or OpenGL to improve performance. I believe this would be the case even though we ultimately generate an image instead of sending the data the the screen. I believe our processes could still make use of the API and the hardware acceleration it provides. Our process is not unlike what CGI film makers do to render individuals frames of a film, though we simply render a single image and send it, as opposed to the hundreds of thousands of images needed for a single CGI film.
So my question is: would a powerful graphics card and use of DirectDraw or OpenGL provide us a worthwhile performance boost? It can take us 20-30 seconds to render a more complex map. Which is a long time to wait on a web page...
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Note: This only occurs for my user controls.
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<DllImport("user32.dll", CharSet:=CharSet.Auto, SetLastError:=True)> _
Public Function GetNextWindow(ByVal hWnd As IntPtr, ByVal wCmd As GW) As IntPtr
Private Sub Form1_Paint(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.PaintEventArgs) Handles MyBase.Paint
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I have an issue with the VB IDE My project was working fine.I was adding some combo boxes and adding some code for the combo boxes to the form "iNet_MDI". I ran it in debug a few times to watch it and the next thing I know, I see "Key not Found Parameter name:key" in the Warning list. It says the Warning is on line 369 in iNet_MDI.Designer.vb.When I click on this message, it takes me to line 369 which is "Me.gb_RTO.Font = NewSystem.Drawing.Font("Arial", 10.0!, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Regular,System.Drawing.GraphicsUnit.Point, CType(0, Byte)I can comment this line out and the warning still exists and it still points to the same line.
I have tried to rebuild the project and clean the project.I have tried commenting out alot of the code, but nothing seems to clear this warning message. I can't get to the Design screen to try to remove any tools from the form. An error screen appears in place of the Designer I t gives me the option to "ignore and continue", which does not work.I see the Call Stack here on this page and it says:
at System.ComponentModel.ReflectPropertyDescriptor.SetValue(Object component, Object value)
" An error occurred while signing: SignTool.exe not found"Vista Utlimate x64 Service Pack 1 Microsoft Visual Studio 2008Version 9.0.30729.1 SPMicrosoft .NET FrameworkVersion 3.5 SP1
Installed Edition: Professional When I attempt to publish my application using the publishing wizard, sign code not checked. I get the error above.Looking back through previous posts, this was a problem in earlier beta releases, but was to be fixed by the final release of Visual Studio.Searching my machine using the search function shows SigntTool.exe is not present on the machine.Frankly it has been a while since I tried to compile and publish a project using click once, but it worked then now it fails. So I cannot firmly blame it on the Sp1 installation, I'm suspicious.How do I make it work??Ed Warren
I have just installed Oracle 10g XE,and its ODAC package for .NET.I am making a simple connect-and-get-table app in VB,however,it always throws a "Table not found" error.I created the "Test" table in Oracle Home (the web admin thing) and here is the code I'm using in VB :
Dim oraCmd As New OracleCommand("Select * From Test")
oraCmd.Connection = oraCon
EDIT When I try the same query in Database Home,it works.
what are other ways to do ping in vb.net or c# other than the way found here:
Dim pinger As New System.Net.NetworkInformation.Ping
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I have basic window to enter a service category and description with add, clear, and dashboard buttons. When I try to add a record to the Access database, I get the following:
"Provider cannot be found. It may not be properly installed."
The code and database is on a jump drive. When I run this at work, it works fine. At home I get the above message.
At work, we use Windows XP and Access 2002, at home Windows 7 and Access 2003. The database was saved as an Access 2000 format.
I Have this dll OBIDISC4NET.dll i added it to the reference
Public Sub run()
Dim back As Int32
Dim fedm As New FedmIscReader
when i run the program and call the run function im getting error "The specified module could not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E)"
it only happens when i put "new" without it im not getting any errors it looks like it generates error when i create the instance.
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When I go into the References section, I see next to those COM objects, the path is now shown as "<The system cannot find the reference specified>". I've followed the steps outlined here, including updating the reference paths to directly point to the files, but nothing seems to be fixing the issue.
Does anyone know what could be causing this, or (even better) how to fix it? This is the first time in 4 years that I've encountered an issue like this.
I've attached a zip file containing a screen print of Visual Studio showing the errors.
I have a form in where I work with some data readers. One of my readers only gets the information from the first row. When ever I try to get something from the second row onwards I get an error saying that "no data found in row". I am using "ExecuteReader" not "ExecuteScalar". I cannot understand why I get this behaviour. Here is the The reader that gets me this error is reader2.
Dim reader As OleDbDataReader
Dim reader1 As OleDbDataReader
Dim sql5 As String
Dim SQL As String
sql5 = "SELECT * FROM Services WHERE ServiceID = " & Me.ServiceIDTextBox1.Text & ""
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The specified file not found
Public Function App_Path() As String