Application That Provides A Countdown For 60 Minutes / Change To Be A Countdown For 360 Minutes?
Apr 14, 2011
I have an application that provides a countdown for 60 minutes and I'm currently using the win form timer and it updates some labels and a progressbar. Now I have to change this to be a countdown for 360 minutes. Will the win form timer be sufficient or should I implement a Timers.Timer instead?
Ok so I want my program to keep sending a messagebox pop up at a speed that the user can pick for as long as they choose such as."How many hours" 5."How many minutes" 10..Then that will countdown every minute.[code]
I am looking for formula that is accurate in converting Minutes to Decimal Minutes i.e 30 minutes is 50 Minutes in Decimals so 1.3 hours is 1.50 and not 1.5 i have used Minutes/60 but it is not accurate as some times i have to Multiply the result by 100 and some time 1000 to get correct results based on single digit Try 1/60, 10/60 99/60 or 100/60.What would be the most efficient and correct way to Convert the time into Minutes ?
I am creating a countdown timer that will start counting down from 30 minutes. How would I do this and also change the color and size of the numbers in the countdown? Windows Vista and is Visual basic enterprise 2008
Im creating an application that will take a screenshot of the desktop. Save the photo, Then upload it via FTP, And do it every 2 minutes. I know how you all like to say how i can do it, But can someone provide a code since.
I would like to try and implement a feature wherby once you have logged into an application (straightforward winforms application) and had your credetials verified the application would then force you to log on again if no activity had been detected in the application for a certain number of minutes. In essence I want to provide some extra security for those occasions when users get up and wander away from their machines for prolonged periods.
I have all the logic for logging into the application, it's just the checking for no activity over a given period and then forcing the user to log back in again that I'm not having much luck with.
I am letting the user wait x amount of time before he can start it again. [Code] I am wondering what would be the best way to protect this? The user can obviously end the process and restart the application.
How can I add a timer in the listview that minuses 1 second at a time when the button starts click and stops when the stop button is clicked? Then save the remaining time in the database.I prof. says that he want to view in the list box is like this 10:00 to 9:59 to 9:58 etc. there is a default 10:00 in the listview.
I'm using Visual Basic 2010 and I'm trying to make a countdown timer and after I close the program the time which is counted to be saved. For example if I make a countdown timer to count 24 hours and I close the program at like 23:58:48 and then I start it again I want to continue the coutdown at the time it stops or to continue during the close time.Here is the code that i use:
Code: Private alarmTime As Date Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click Me.alarmTime = Date.Now.AddMinutes(1440)
So with this code i can save the label text but when i try to make it run from it after the close it turns to somekind of a code and it countdown 50 min and the difference in the input time change it very slightly.
Dim r As New Random() Timer1.Interval = r.Next(60000, 300000) Timer1.Enabled = True 'Display countdown in 'Label2'
Also, I have a long mess of code (follow my signature) that compiles a sentence and displays it in a label. It works fine until I add the loop around the whole thing. Then it does nothing at all.~~the code is not finished. I have a lot of filters to put in place.
One more thing... After clicking "Add Me" button which saves a new player's profile, I want it to clear/reset all the fields so the next player has a clean slate to work with. Is there a way to do that?
I want to make a form that closes after 30 seconds. And I would like to see a label that counts down evrey second. The closing after 30 seconds ain't a problem, but how to let the label update evrey second?
I'm trying to add a new feature to some software I have developed but am having difficulty. Essentially I want to add a 'Pause' and a 'Resume' feature.I have a timer which counts down.
Private Sub Timer_Tick(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Timer.Tick Dim togo As TimeSpan = mTestEnd.Subtract(Now) If togo.Ticks < 0 Then Timer.Enabled = False
When the Start command button is clicked the timer starts counting down from what amount the user inputed. I've added an elseif to pause the timer and this works ok. When I click resume the although the timer text has paused the actual timer has not and continues from where the timer would be if it had not been stopped. Much like a stopwatch lap timer. Could you help me with my Else statement.
Using Visual Basic Express Edition 2008 I have nearly finished my application for checking player numbers in the Irish Lottery main draws. However, I would now like to add a countdown label which shows the days, hours, minutes and seconds until the next draw. My problem here is that we play the Irish Lottery on a Wednesday and a Saturday. Both draws start at 8.00pm.
vb.net Private Sub Up_img() Control.CheckForIllegalCrossThreadCalls = False Try Dim connection As New MySqlConnection("server=localhost;UID=root;PWD=;database=DB;") Dim img_upload As String
How the logic is confusing. I was thinking of making a Variable that stores the time NOW and once the uploads 1 file, another variable will take the time and subtract it from the old time and times it by the number of files left. Or as you can see I have a little % calculation there and I could use that to calculate the amount of time left.Will that be consistent? Or are there other ways to achieve the result
what i've been wanting my program to do is for the countdown to reduce time by 10 seconds when the melon hits the rope however, no matter how many different positions and variations i use with the code, even when the melons have vanished (through being hit by another picture) the picture i'm assuming is still travelling and hitting the ropes and reducing 10 seconds, even when it has vanished!? Would really appreciate it if someone could show me where i've done wrong.
I wrote a program to have countdown and at 00 to have sound horn. I got the clock running but the horn sound is delayed. I need the time at 00 to sound the horn. I use this in a game of basketball. How can I make the playsound at 00 seconds and not -01 second.
i have a coundown time in which will trigger once i run my main screen in my "MAIN SCREENFORM" ....... I create a "RESET button" on other form call "FORM2" , now the problems is how should i write the code when i click reset button it will reset the count value my lblcountime.text and start re-countdown again from the start?
Public Sub MainScreen_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load timeleft = 120 lblCountTime.Text = "120 seconds"[code].......
Ok i got the time and date in 2 datetimepickers called TimePicker and DatePicker.I want so when you click a button it will start counting down to that date and time. I dont know where to start can anyone give me some guidance. Or example code would be great.
I have a testing program that I am working on and I have a Timed and a Non-Timed testing environment. The user can choose which environment he is practicing in.Everything works fine with those environments, I am just trying to figure out how to display a Countdown timer in the corner so that the user know how much time he has left before the question times out and advances to the next question.In the timed Environment, the user choose the amount of time between questions, the number of questions and then Click begin to start the Testing Environment. The timer I am using for the Timed environment begins on Page
I am working on code for a countdown timer, where 2 labels (Minutes label = label6 and Seconds label = label7). I have tried for a long time to try and get this to work, and it has to be "Hours:Minute" format. I will add below the awful start I have made
If Label7.Text = "1" Then Label6.Text = (Label6.Text) - Val(1) ElseIf Label7.Text = "1" Then Label7.Text = "59" [Code] .....
There is lots of bugs, such as the last minute is cut out, and it is just buggy, the user must be able to select a time/duration for the timer to work, and also this must be able to change every time the time reaches 00:00.
I am making a countdown timer and i want to make an hourglass that can show the how much time there is left. What i want to do is: In the side of my program there should be an hourglass. When there is a lot of time left, the hourglass should have a green light. When there is half the time left, the hourglass should shift to a yellow light. And when there is 10 % time left, the hourglass should shift to a red light. Is it possible to do this, and how should i do it?