I'm having trouble finding a property of the DataGridView that allows me to turn on both Vertical and Horizontal Gridlines. Does this exist? I can't imagine it not existing but I can't seem to find it.
The scroll bars actually move now, They just move the wrong thing. When I click the Horizontal bar it moves the picture box to the left part of the screen and I can scroll the box back and forth. If I click the Vertical Bar it goes up to the top and I can move it up and down. So if I click both of them, the picture box goes to (0,0) of the form. It wont move the image inside. I can't figure out how to assign the scrollbars to the image instead of the picturebox.
Try making a form with a Picturebox, Vertical Scrollbar and Horizontal Scrollbar in it and rename all your stuff the way I got mine: Horizontal Scrollbar = hsbPicMap Vertical Scrollbar = vsbPicMap Picturebox = picMap
Set the image property in the properties box to whatever you want. Try to make the picturebox of fairly big size. Mine is set to 656, 528 in pixels, and the location is 152, 72 on the form. The image I am using is about 1500, 1200. The bars are on the right side and the bottom of the picturebox. Code: Public Class frmMap Inherits System.Windows.Forms.Form Private Sub HSBpicMap_Scroll(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.ScrollEventArgs) Handles hsbPicMap.Scroll picMap.Left = -hsbPicMap.Value [Code] .....
I would like to have the tabs on my TabControl displayed on the left, or sometimes right. Unlike the System.Windows.Forms.TabControl, however, I would like the text to remain horizontal instead of being rotated by 90 or 270 degrees to the horizontal. Here are a couple of pictures illustrating the concept. Though I could write code to do this myself in about an hour or two, I just thought I'd ask first if there is any existing Winforms control that implements such feature.
I'm trying to draw a grid using vertical and horizontal lines.Both For..To statements work fine when one of them is commented out otherwise, they won't work together. At run, only the first For..To statement is executed.[code]
I have a program which contains a mdi form and child forms. Due to some reason the mdi form layout functionality does not work if a form is hidden and shown. This is a bug in the UI control suit which I am using.
I would like to implement Cascade,Tile horizontal & vertical myself. I wrote the logic for cascade but can I get code or function for the other two.
Would be glad if anyone can give me code/logic/function so that I can do Tile horizontal & Tile vertical manually.
I'm having a problem assigning the arrow keys to the right scrolling events.I have a VScrollbar and an HScrollbar. I want the left / right arrow keys to scroll the horizontal bar, and the up / down arrow keys to scroll the vertical bar. The default behaviour seems to be that the first created of the two (VScrollBar or HScrollbar, depending on order of creation) received all arrow key events as a Scroll event. So when I push up / down / left / right, it is my VScrollbar that moves (HScrollbar might move also with the left / right arrow keys, I don't remember). I tried catching the KeyDown event on my form, to manage the left / right / up / down keys myself, but apparently the Scroll events are triggered first...In any case, what would be the "right" way to use a vertical and horizontal scrollbar and have the arrow keys do what they're supposed to do in VB. NET?
I need to add vertical and horizonatl scrollbars to my windows form application. I have set the AutoScroll property of the form control to true and also set the AutoScrollMinSize property bigger than the form size. The scrollbars appear in the design view, but when I run my project they do not appear.
i have a datagridview with the scroll bar property's set to "both", but when the data is too long horizontally it wont show the horizontal scroll bars only the vertical. And instead it puts "..." The DGV isn't docked, or bound to any data source, im adding data programmatic
I have the following code to resize the datagridview but the vertical and horizontal scroll bar are not shown when there are colunns and rows exceed the width and height of datagridview objects.Bascially the following code is similar to dock to the botton, the only difference is docking to the botton change the Y position of datagridview and fill the botton section whereas my code fix the Y position of datagirdview and fill the bottom.[code]I have tried with the dg.ScrollBars = ScrollBars.Both but it it is not working as well..May i know how to get both scroll bars working.
I'm trying to make an MDI TabControl Container usercontrol, which is used instead of the MdiClient control in an MDI application. Instead of MDI Forms, you can use (modified) TabControls that behave like (maximized) MDI Forms in a Tabbed environment.
A great example is of course the Visual Studio IDE. Each window is just a TabPage on a TabControl (at least it looks like it is, I don't know exactly how it works in the IDE.. but let's assume it is).Now, the VS IDE uses some great functionality which I believe is called TabGroups. By Right-clicking (or dragging it into nothingness) a TabPage 'header', you can choose New Horizontal / Vertical Tab Group, which splits the 'container' into two TabControls, each with their own TabPages, with a splitter in between so you can resize them.
I have been trying to recreate this behaviour, and I must say it works pretty well so far for very little effort. The only (major) downside is, it only works for Vertical OR Horizontal TabGroups. I have no idea how I can possibly make it work using both vertical and horizontal TabGroups simultaneously...
What I did is pretty simple: I have a mdiTabControlContainer which is just a blank UserControl. I made a public property TabControls that returns a (custom) mdiTabControlCollection (inheriting from a generic Collection(Of mdiTabControl) which is basically just a collection of my tabcontrols.
When the collection is modified, I call a RedrawTabControls method which first clears the Controls (deletes all TabControls), and then adds them one by one. First the last in the collection (docked Fill) then the rest docked Left. I also add a splitter between each TabControl. (Code at the bottom)If I dock the TabControls to "Top" for example, I can make it Horizontal. But I have no idea how I can possibly dock a few of them to Left and the other few to Top...? I would need some kind of property that determines which TabControl should be docked where, right? But how and when would I set that property?
The code I'm using now is:
vb.net Imports System.Collections.ObjectModel Public Class mdiTabControlContainer Public Sub New()
Now, I allow the user to drag the ToolStrip to the bottom and sides of the form. But when they drag it to the sides, the ToolStripPanels become completely stretched because the text is still drawing horizontally. I know I can set the TextDirection property to make it draw vertically, but I can't figure out how to check the current position of the ToolStrip, and when to check it (which event?)
I have tried the LocationChanged event and did this: vb.net Private Sub ts_LocationChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs)
With no answers from Google and not finding the answers by searching, just curious as you were to go about simply giving a ListBox a horizontal scroller once it passes its visible border the same as the vertical does?
I have a set of x, eg 288, data values. The user wants to fit a regression to a subset of this data, eg (2 - 200), then she wants to analyse within a subset of this fitted range, eg at 20 and 100. So, on my form are four Hor. Slider Bars, to set the lower and upper bounds to the fitting and the analysis. The two that set the lower bounds work fine. The two that set the upper bounds are getting corrupted somehow outside of my code and I do not know how to solve this problem. What happens is that when I click on the right hand arrow on the slider bar, the program runs through my function with the correct values whilst the arrow is down, goes out of my code and then immediately comes back into my code, but with the wrong value set into the Hor. Slider Bar fields that I am working with, eg the .Value field. The new value is always 9 below the maximum that it can be, but I can see no connection to this number.
I have been working on a much larger project and came to a point where I decided threading should be used.It seems in previous version of .Net, a background worker was able to update controls that were were not created on that thread. Now, it doesn't seem to be the case.I basically just began a new small project to try and teach myself the basics.Form1 Consists of A listbox, A progress bar, a label and two buttons, one to start and one to cancel.
imports system.threading private sub btngo(byval sender as system.object, byval e as system.eventargs) handles btngo.click pbprogress.minimum = 0[code=....
This code appears to be updating the listbox.I can see the vertical scrollbar getting smaller, but no data is shown in the listbox. The progressbar is also updating properly while that is working, indicating proper background operation.But what it's not doing is this:
1. Label is not updating percentage
2. The form is not free to be used by the user (me)
I'm working with DNN (DotNetNuke) and I have to change the default login module. This module it's vertical by default, by don't know how to set it horizontal. Already tryied to find the sources of this module but all I found were some Local Resources Files and some VB files.
How would I get the width of a Horizontal Scroll Bar? I'm not talking about the Hscroll width properties... I know the default width in vista is set to 17 pixels. I'd like to know if someone has changed their scroll bar width to a custom setting. Does that make any sense?
I have a horizontal scrollbar on my form, and the form is longer (vertically) than the screen. What I'd like is for the horizontal scrollbar to always be visible at the bottom of the screen, no matter where the user is vertically. Right now, the user has to scroll all the way to the bottom of the form in order to see the horizontal scrollbar.
I have a DataGridView with, say, a half dozen columns on it; the right-most column being the widest (a description that might exceed the window's width). If the user presses the Home/End or PgUp/PgDn keys to navigate thru the data, it will sometimes scroll horizontally to the right, which is annoying. Is there a way to prevent this?
I've tried .ScrollBars = ScrollBars.Vertical(so there's no horiz scrollbar), but that doesn't solve the problem. I'm not sure how to make the 1st column be always visible - but even if I make it visible upon displaying the grid.I guess basically I don't WANT it to scroll horizontally, except when the USER scrolls.
On my form I have a Combo Box with long text strings. These are accomodated fine by DropDownWidth property. However, when an item is selected from the list, it appears aligned to the Left not the Right as I would expect.
I'm coding in VB.Net 2010. What's the most efficient way to create a horizontal scroller (i.e., marquee)? I've found some dead threads and ways to do it in older versions of VB, but I'm not finding anything particularly recent....
I have a webbrowser control and when I dock it to fill the screen, the h scroll bardissapears. If it is undocked, there is a h scroll bar. How do I get it to have an h scroll bar if it is docked to fill the screen?
For some reason I can't get this to work, even though it's very simple.
When I change the label1.text to "qsfqsdfqsfqsdfqsfqsdfqsfqsdf" everything works fine and it scrolls character per character. But when I change the label1.text to "qsfqsdf qsfqsdf qsfqsdf qsfqsdf" my simple scroller scrolls word per word. I know it must be something really small, but I can't figure it out.
1.how can i resize my project's form1?i mean my form1 only has fixed size.when i'm trying to maximize the form(by click a square on the top right corner of the form) my form remains in the same size even the window has fullfill my screen.
2.how can i make my project to become an installer?
Since the map image is bigger than my screen resolution 1280 x 1024, a horizontal scroll bar is shown. I use Location x and y to place icons, but the problem is:placing an icon at location (0, 0) when the horizontal scroll bar is at left-most position is different from when the horizontal scroll bar is at right-most position...If I move scroll bar to x-axis(right) 10 thenplacing an icon at (0, 0), should be (0, 0) but it is placed at (10, 0).n this case, is there any different approach?
Feel pretty stupid for asking this but I'm looki to add a very simple horizontal line/bar/separator to my GUI for a small project.I'm using Visual Basic 2010 Express. Last time I did any programming was with VB6 and I'm sure you could do this easily with that version but 11 years is a long time.
Im looking to build a nice form which a supplier can quote prices on. SO the form will have Labels down the left hand side and then their would be a Column per requested Product/Quantity from the buyer. So it would have n number of columns.Because of the way html tables are coded you need to build a row at a time. (I want to keep this as one table so its neat HTML)Before I go ahead and create Repeater for each row of information the user needs to enter. Is their a way to be able to create a sorta grid view but instead of each records you pass it going to create a new row. It would create a new column and you could define the first column as the header column?
My table sort design is (txtb stands for textbox and lbl stands for label which is updated as values are entered)
The use of shift + scroll wheel is fairly common for horizontal scrolling.
Both of those are fairly easy to capture. I can use the MouseWheel event with a flag set by the KeyDown, KeyUp events to keep track of when the shift key is pressed.
However, how do I actually trigger the horizontal scrolling? I am aware of WM_MOUSEHWHEEL, can that be used to trigger the event?
Update: For a System.Windows.Form there is a HorizontalScroll property that is of type HScrollProperties. You can manipulate the Value attribute on that object to change the horizontal scrollbar's position. However, so far I haven't spotted any other controls on which that object is available.