I have created a toolbar on my form and added icons (.ico or .png) such as New, Open, Save, etc. I can't seem to find out how to make my icons transparent so I don't have the white background displayed on the icons.
I have less than good eyesight now as my age increases :) I have managed to make most text areas/dialogs etc suitable for my eyesight, but can't find any way to edit/alter the Toolbar Icons - I expected to fin (at least) a seting for 'large' icons, or a way to increase/decrease the sizes - but so far I haven't been successful.
I find the icons/toolbars to be poorly designed in that they are on a grey background which just serves to minimise their effect.
i want to design a new program that should start with windows and its icon should appear at the toolbar the idea is when i click on the icon a rectangular forum should appear. my question is that: what is the best tool or control should i use? should i use the blank project of windows application or there is special project for that.
We would like to have 2 ErrorProviders for a DataGridView. The standard ErrorProvider and another WarningProvider with a different icon. Also is it possible to Left Justify the standard ErrorProvider icon in specific DataGridView cells?
My application icon looks ugly-like a paper and i would like to change it to something like globe icon or any suitable image.Am programming using visual studio 2005 and the program is written in vb.net.
I have a vb.net 2008 application which has its corresponding icon. The icon shows correctly except in the taskbar when the "small icon" setting is on.
My vb.net project includes a .ico file which when I see in the IDE includes 16x16, 32x32, 48x48, 64x64 and 256x256 bitmaps, in 4, 24 and 32 bits, also 3 .png images in 256x256 32 bits each.
I made the icon myself simply using a 64x64 bitmap and then converting it to .ico, and assigning it to the application in the project properties. I thought windows would use and escalate the corresponding image, it shows even in the file explorer properly in the small icon form, but not in the taskbar.
i have search on google many hours but i dont find what i want.I have 1 standar image in picturebox1 and another picture in picturebox2 where i load it manually.I want to compare to see if there are a BIG diference like people, dog etc.My algorithm always say is diferent when found diferent light. I want to find a big diference to return true.
I have a picturebox with an image in it. I want to 'select' a section of this image (like standard selection tools in other image editors) and place it in another picturebox... The piece I want to select is a square and I have the coordinates.
I build program to launch application(launch application can as local profile or can as network credentials) using Advapi32 "Create Process WithLogonW".but I got the problem, I can't capture message of standard output(Stdout) and Standard Error(stderr).could everyone help me how to capture message and the code?
I need to create an application that converts an image to an icon. This is for a school project, and I know there are libraries in VB that do image conversion, however I have to make the conversion process myself. My first task is to convert an JPEG into an icon. I made the GUI, and have the program open up the files and scale them down into my pictureBox. What I need, are some suggestions for the conversion, since I can't use what VB has. what do I need to start with ?
I've written a program that adds an image to an imagelist, with a transparency color set, and then saves it as an icon.it works + the image is saved with the proper transparency, but windows doesn't recognise my icons as icons. i've tried 2 ways[code]...
I am designing a quick launch program that is going to sit on top of all other apps, and will have multiple buttons for launching frequently used programs. I need to knwo how to asign an icon/image to each button based on what the icon is for the program/file to be opened.
I run a software development firm that develops application for Windows Vista or higher. Windows Vista has a new feature called large icons, that allows display of up to 256X256 icons.
However, if I make an image that contains this icon file, the image just assumes that it should use the 32X32 one in the ICO file, even if I scale the image up to like 500X500 (in that case, it just scales the 32X32 one up).
I have seen many programs with a little icon/image next to their text on their button. I would like to know how thats done. I dont mean to hover my button and make different effects, all I want is a little icon/image next to the text in my button.
Is it possible to use icon file as a image for a button in visual basic? E.g. I have 3 buttons that need to have 3 icons when you click the button the icon of the button needs to be the icon of the form is this possible? btnIcon1 = my.resources.ICO1 btnIcon2 = my.resources.ICO2
I have a menustrimp with items on it and with each item i have added an image to it via the image property.But the problem is when ever i try to make an change to the images like i want to remove an image And replace it with another image, at run time, the old image shows the new one doesn't show.This same problem occured to some buttons with icons on them.anytime i change the icon ,it doesn't show the old one shows.It appears the changes doesn't take effect.
I have some ASPxTextboxes in my webPage. I have set requiredFiedvalidate to true. I have two button on the page. one is SAVE and Another is CLEAR. I have set CausesValidation false to CLEAR Button. Now When User Click on CLear button all the Textboxes gets clear, and Programs enters into Add Mode...but the validation icons still reamains on the page. how can i remove that icon? and i also want that icon when user clicks on save buttons if required field is empty.
I use vb.net. I am trying to do a file upload, I want the image to save to image folder, however, the image don't know appear in the directory that I indicate. If I click on "show all file", the image appear, but the image icon is blank or white like the image below show. So I click on that image and click on "include it in the project", however, it shouldn't be the case that I everytime upload an image, I need to redo that again. So how should I allow don't appear the white icon and to always appear in the upload folder when I upload a image instead of manually click on the image to include in?
This is my code Protected Sub uploadImage() Dim filename As String = FileUploadImg.FileName Dim fileType As String = filename.Substring(filename.Length - 4).ToLower() If (fileType = ".gif") Or (fileType = ".jpg") Or (fileType = ".png") Then [Code] .....
i trying to do a file upload, i want to image to save to image folder, however, the image don't know appear in the directory that i indicate if i click on "show all file", the image appear, but the image icon is blank or white like the image below show so i click on that image and click on "include it in the project" , however, it shouldnt be the case that i everytime upload an image, i need to redo that again so how should i allow don't appear the white icon and to always appear in the upload folder when i upload a image instead of manually click on the image to include in ?is it visual studio problem? does i need to click on something to make the white icon disappear?
this is my code
Protected Sub uploadImage() Dim filename As String = FileUploadImg.FileName Dim fileType As String = filename.Substring(filename.Length - 4).ToLower()
I have an image upload facility in my asp.net project, when uploaded a thumbnail of the image is generated and saved to disk. What I would ideally like to do is apply some nice styling effects to this thumbnail image.. similar to the look of the icons on an iPhone.. perhaps a slight gradient, smooth rounded corners, and a border.
I have a gridview column in which I have one column that point to a pdf file on the file server. I need to have another column right beside this, displaying the pdf icon. The user should be able to click the icon and launch the file from the file server. [code]...
I currently have the following code but I would like to get away from going to a physical location. If I have the icon as a resource, how can I programatically add the icon? I don't want to use the form's designer to do this.
Sub Form1_Load() Dim ico As New System.Drawing.Icon("C:Resourcesicon.ico") Me.Icon = ico End Sub
I'm not sure exactly if the folder icon is in shell32.dll, but nonetheless if it is.Basically, whenever I come across a folder in a FileSystem list, I want to add the icon for a folder to the image list that I am using for the ListView. The problem is that I'm not sure how to reference a specific icon location in a icon collection in a dll.Is this possible with Icon.ExtractAssociatedIcon and shell32.dll?
Got an annoying issue it's Visual Basic 2010 I changed icon where the assembly name.I got a good icon it has lots of sizes, or I tried diff sizes like 64x64 128x128 nothing seems to work I only see the icon when i do View > Details so it's small icons in the folder, but if i have view large icons It doesn't work. I even used the same icon on VS 2008 and it worked.
Here's the code that I use to extract the icon size that I want:
Dim i As Icon = My.Resources.Spectrum Using i2 As New Icon(i, New Size(256, 256)) Me.PictureBox1.Image = i2.ToBitmap End Using
This works from 16x16 up to 128x128 but for 256x256 it extracts the 128x128 icon. I tried 0x0, because I seem to remember that that is how the large size is stored in the meta data, but that didn't work either.
I'm attempting to remake the Explorer to customize it some more. I know how to get Name, FileSize ect. Getting the Icon is hard though. [Code] The code i'm using to Insert the Icon into a image, i'm getting this error: Error1Value of type 'System. Drawing.Icon' cannot be converted to 'System.Drawing.Image'
i'm getting this really strange error, or I must be overlooking something obvious. I'm using the following piece of code:Dim hwnd As Integer = GetWindow(GetDesktopWindow, GW_ CHILD) Dim myicon.As System.Drawing.Icon =Icon.FromHandle(hwnd)PictureBox1.Image =myicon.ToBitmap