I have a photo(Img1.bmp) with drawing of my book library.Each area on image (A1, A2, ...) have books. url...I like when i put my mouse in a specific area on image (Img1.bmp) and licking this area (eg B1 or C2 or ...) identify this area.
In a game i am making, as the mouse cursor i have crosshairs (like those in FPS games) and i would like an image box to change images as the mouse moves so that it appears that the character in the picturebox is following the mouse cursor.
i thought i would do something along the lines of first finding out which side of the picture box its on (left or right) then finding out exactly where with some maths equations and then assigning 1 of 60 pictures so that it appears that the picture is rotating.
Im making a simple image editor and I added Zooming and Drawing with mouse position like a pencil. My problem is When I zoom the image and try to draw on it, everything becomes offset and the lines i drew are not even close to the mouse. Here is My code ( Just add a button1 and Picturebox1 with an image)
Public Class Form1 Dim pen1 As Pen Dim x1, y1, x2, y2 As Integer Dim gr As Graphics
I would like to accept input bytes or words from the serial port(this part can do using serial port control) and use those values to control position of the mouse on screen to use MSPaint. How can I control the mouse ?
Is there any way of detecting the position where the Mouse Button is released during a Drag & Drop operation. I need to know whether the intended Drop position was not reached when the mouse button is released.
Apologies as this has probably been answered a million different times a million different ways already. I'm trying to control the mouse. I wish to move the mouse to a given pixel position (x, y) and cause a click. I don't want this to be limited within a form, as I want to control another application. I'm using VB 2005.
I am try to make a character that follows the mouse, but I cannot find any way in vs 11 to get the mouse coordinates? It is a vb application, could someone please help me out? I tried pointer.location, pointer.margin, but still cannot do it.
I have two windows forms and I need to get the changing mouse position at the same time in the next form. I am using a function in the mouse move event to invoke the next form too ,so how should i properly do that
I am using VB.NET and I am currently having a problem accurately reading the mouse position. In my code, whenever the user moves the mouse, I want to have two variables store the mouse position's X and Y value, however when I move the mouse over an object such as a picturebox or a label, it will no longer give me the value until I move the pointer off the object onto the form. Are there any methods that will give me the absolute mouse coordinates regardless of whether the mouse is over an object or not?
I wanna move mouse postioin(100, 100) on the form. So, I use SetCursorPos(100, 100). but, the position is not of the form. It's the position of My screen. I want to set mouse position 100, 100 of the form T_T.
Now I got this "problem"... I'm making an application in Visual Basic 2008 Express Edition with some mouse options, and I was wondering... Do some of you have a clue on how to make the mouse go to on position, right click, move somewhere else, and left click, and then repeat it a X amount of times? The X should have the options to change its value.
I have a label (mylabel1) control that is say size 200 by 200. I then add another label (mylabel2) to it as:
When the mouse enters mylabel1, I want to say change the backcolor as:
Private Sub mylabel1_MouseEnter(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles mylabel1.MouseEnter mylabel1.backcolor = color.red
this works fine except that when the mouse passes over mylabel2 which was added to the controls collection, it fires the mouseleave event for mylabel1. Is there a way to do this without having the mouseleave event of mylabel1 having to be checked against the mouseenter event of mylabel2??
I am ultimately going to have a parent container that has multiple children but I don't want the children to effect my changing colors and effects when the mouse has entered the parent.
A simple example is: lets say that im trying to make a program that allows you to move the mouse only with the arrows (left/right/up/down) how can i change the position of the mouse on the screen programmatically? If i wanted when you press a button the mouse to change position to X=0,Y=0 of the hole screen/desktop not the window of the form how can i do it? [Code]
Public Class Form1 Dim i(1) As Integer Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As
What im trying to do is when u have the mouse hold down you can drag the button to the position of your mouse, however all it does on mouse down is move it to the bottom right and if i keep click it will keep going down til its off the screen.
Im trying to make a drag drop styled interface for user customization.
Right now I have a program in which I'm trying to read the mouse cursor position relative to the window form, but I am currently having a problem. It only works if the mouse is directly over the form, and it will not work if I hold the mouse over an object, such as a label, a command button, or a picturebox. I tried resolving this by adding handle clauses for mousemove over those objects, however, while it works for the label, it doesn't work for the pictureboxes. This is because the pictureboxes are in an array and are defined at runtime.How would I go about resolving this?
code in question Private Sub Form1_MouseMove(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.MouseEventArgs) Handles Me.MouseMove, lblStat.MouseMove
If I do the mousedown event in my picturebox, is there a way to calculate the mouse position in relation to the picturebox itself, or will I have to calculate it from the X/Y of the mouse and the X/Y of the picturebox? I can do the latter, just wondering if there's a command for the former.
I've used the search function but couldn't yield any solutions. Sorry if I didn't look hard enough. Anyway, it's just a quick question. How can I find the mouse cursor X and Y co-ordinates relative to the form itself and NOT the screen?
i know there are 1000000 posts about getpixel but i cant find what i need. i am able to get the color of a pixel at the cursors position without a problem. I need to be able to compare that color to the color of a pixel on screen at x,y without moving the cursor. how can i go about this?
I suspect I'm being dense here and overlooking the obvious but can anyone tell me how I can get the cellposition of the of the cell within a tablelayoutpanel from my mouse position?I have a tablelayoutpanel with 2 columns and 4 rows and I am handling a DragDrop event of a custom control into it. I want to work out the column and row position of the mouse cursor so I can use setcellposition to put my custom control in the right place but I can't fin
I have a canvas inside a window. The window is full screen, but the canvas is set to a solid 640x480 in the center of the window. I need to get the mouse position inside of the canvas, but NOT inside of the window. How do I do this?
I have two pictureboxes in my form. When I hover my mouse over Picturebox1, I would like to make picturebox2 visible. Here is what I could not manage: This second picturebox should magnify the photo inside Picturebox1 according to the place of mouse. For an instance, if the mouse pointer is on the upperleft part of the Picturebox1, Picturebox2 should show the magnified status of this upperleft part.
I'm trying to create a hook to monitor the current position of the mouse cursor. Nothing important, I just need to count some pixels during interface design and wanted to learn how to create a hook, so I decided to go for a hard way instead of a sane way.
I've found example code which declares the following function:
<DllImport("User32.dll", CharSet:=CharSet.Auto, _ CallingConvention:=CallingConvention.StdCall)> _ Public Overloads Shared Function SetWindowsHookEx _
But Appdomain.GetCurrentThreadID generates the warning: "'Public Shared Function GetCurrentThreadId() As Integer' is obsolete: 'AppDomain.GetCurrentThreadId has been deprecated because it does not provide a stable Id when managed threads are running on fibers (aka lightweight threads). To get a stable identifier for a managed thread, use the ManagedThreadId property on Thread."
I've tried using ManagedThreadID, but that doesn't work. The thread ID returned seems to be the logical thread ID of the thread, as it runs in the .net runtime, rather than the Win32 thread identifier.
Calling the function ith AppDomain.GetCurrentThreadID works, but I really would like to have a "stable identifier" for my thread.
Can someone explain to me whether it is possible to use ManagedThreadID in this context (I assume not) and, if not, the things I need to avoid in order to stop the AppDomain.CurrentThreadID from becoming "unstable"?
I'm trying to move the mouse pointer to a certain position on the screen.I've done the declarations for both the SetCursorPos as well as the mouse_event, however I keep getting a Declaration expected error at this line: SetCursorPos(x,y),Perhaps something is wrong with the project or vb as well, cause I used an other declaration as well and when I wanted to use that I also got a Declaration expected error.[code]....
I created an add-in that creates a custom toolbar for MS Project. This appears as "Add-In" on a tab after "File" and under the Add-In tab is a custom toolbar.The toolbar that has 9 items, each runs a specific macro. This works great using the mouse.The problem now is that I must make it usable to a blind person who cannot use a mouse. How do I position to the first menu item (without mouse) when opened and use the TabKey to move thru the 9 items and allow selection by hitting Enter.
I have a Picturebox in which I have drawn rectangles with 'Text' values representing Months of the year, i.e. Jan, Feb, etc. etc. I want to show a Tooltip when the user clicks on a Months title. The picturebox control does not have a 'getItemAt' function so how can I read this text.
I'm trying to make an autoscroll enabled panel that will scroll if the mouseposition.x > panel.location.y However, I cannot seem to find a panel.scroll() function. Is there a way to programable make the control scroll?
I suspect I'm being dense here and overlooking the obvious but can anyone tell me how I can get the cellposition of the of the cell within a tablelayoutpanel from my mouse position?
I have a tablelayoutpanel with 2 columns and 4 rows and I am handling a DragDrop event of a custom control into it. I want to work out the column and row position of the mouse cursor so I can use setcellposition to put my custom control in the right place but I can't find a method will which give me this.