My application reads the following data below from an xml file into a multi-line textbox - also scrollbar enabled (vertical). The data read into the textbox displays as "A1A2A3A4". Can someone recommend how I can get the textbox to display this vertically instead?Using VS & VB 2010 as new developer.
I have some lines drawn in many different directions (2D y 3D enviroments). Is there any way to draw text oriented along the direction of each of these lines? It was an easy task in former versions of Visual Basic, but now it looks like a very tough -almost impossible- mission.
I have an application that makes a drawing with measurements both horisontal and vertical. I like to get the vertical measurements to be in direction down-up, not up-down direction as StringFormatFlags.DirectionVertical does. All the measuretexts are drawn to a graphics path. Because that path includes all measures at different locations I can´t TransformRotate that path, the text should be rotated before it is passed to the graphics path, or ? It would be so nice if it would be a StringFormatFlags.DirectionVerticalUp to handle it.
I am new to vb and I am required to plot a graph in vb. I need to get data from a text file to plot a polar graph of Wind Direction vs Wind Speed. But opening the file from a text file is in a string format, and when i tried to convert to a double, it gives the error:
I dynamically create buttons on a form and use the button text as ids so that I can pass that to an SQL query to pull saved data about that button when necessary, but I also use an image over buttons that have information saved about them. What I need to know is how do I keep the text on the button from appearing when there is an image assigned to that button? By default vb.net shows both the text and the image and no TextImageRelation values allow for the image to take precedence. I tried changing the text color to transparent, but the outline of the text is still visible through the image. Is there anyway to keep the text value as it is but just show the image on the button?
Working with winforms I wonder if there is some way to prevent vertically resize of the form. I would like to allow user to resize form in all directions except vertically.Moreover I would like to allow vertically resize in upward direction, but not downward.
I have tried to use maximumsize by setting it to: Me.maximumsize = new size(0,me.height)
I set width to 0 because I want to allow user to change form width.
Code: Private Sub DragDropListView_MouseMove(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.MouseEventArgs) Handles Me.MouseMove If KeyItem Is Nothing Then If tmrLVScroll.Enabled Then tmrLVScroll.Enabled = False
but I can't get it to auto scroll vertically for largeicon, smallicon, and tile listviews.
I have a dynamic gridview, about 35 rows by 11 columns. When the user hovers over a row, I highlight the row's background in green (with CSS:Hover). I would like to change the column's background as well, but I don't think I can assign css to a entire column. How can I accomplish this?
i have a menu strip that i docked on the left and i set the layout style to table so the dub menu items open below the selected menu item but i am wondering if i can make all my other menu items vertically shift so that i still can see them all. sort of like a sliding menu
Is it possible to display the contents of a two dimensional array vertically on a form in vb.net using listview, and if so how would I do it? So, if my array is declared as dim myarray (2,10) how would I display the contents vertically in listview.
I want to make a panel or a picturebox which is vertically rotated by an angle in y-axis. The form's opacity should be 50% but panel opacity should be 100 that is panel should be clearly visible but form should should be 50% transparent.
I have vb.net 2003. I have to output a pyramid of asterisks of six lines, 10 times (vertically). But the catch is that I have to use a loop. MsgBox("*" & vbCrLf & "* *" & vbCrLf & "* * *" & vbCrLf & "* * * *" & vbCrLf & "* * * * *" & vbCrLf & "* * * * * *") would give me one block of pyramid but how would I get a message box to display 10 of these at the same time? I'm pretty sure a nested loop would work but I've tried for hours and I can't get it to work.
Anyway this is my code right now so I am not blank.Code removed.Not sure if it is very hard to understand but I am currently working on a project and what this code does is finds a blue ball on thewhole screen then moves the cursor position on the blue ball it just found.If it doesn't find it, will show a msgbox Quite simple.
I'm using SelectionMode as Extended (multi select) with WPF DataGrid.The SelectedIndex value always returns the first row that was selected, irrespective of the selection direction. For example, if I start at index 0 and end at 4, I can work with it fine. But if I start from 4 and go to 0, SelectedIndex returns 4 and I don't have a clue to add the number of selected cells or subtract.Is there a way to find the selection direction?
i've found this code on the web that allow me to draw a rectangle and keep the Image inside this. But there is a way to make draw this rectangle in all the direction and not only from left to right and top to bottom?
Public Class frmSS Private Declare Auto Function BitBlt Lib "gdi32.dll" ( _ ByVal hdcDest As IntPtr, _
I have a project that needs to open a CSV file that is 3.7gb in size. It is data that was exported from a database (why on earth anyone would export it to ONE file, is beyond me)
Excel/Access can't open the file because it is more than 256 columns and greater than 65000+ rows. I was able to split the file into seperate files with 50,000 rows in each. I wan't to automate this and export only data by a specific state, and perhaps add it to a database or excel file, should the rows stay below the limit.
I found a project that splits the CSV file... perhaps I can just parse the data while splitting the file.
I am making a calculator of sorts, and have two columns of radio buttons, both running down vertically, next to each other. I'd like to make a simple line that seperates them, serving no purpose but to make the form look a bit more use friendly. How would I do this? All I want is a straight line, but I can't find out anywhere how to make one.
my question is regarding working out the direction of the smallest angle between two vectors in 2D. I am making a game in C++ where one of the obstacles is a heat seeking missile launcher. I have it working by calculating the vector between the target and bullet, normalising the vector and then multiplying it by its speed. However, I am now coming back to this class to make it better. Instead of instantly locking onto the player I want it to only do so only when the bullets vector is within a certain angle (the angle between the bullets vector and the vector bulletloc->target). Otherwise I want it to slowly pan towards the target by a degrees thus giving the player enough space to avoid it. I have done all this (in a vb.net project so i could simplify the problem, work it out then re write in in C++). However the bullet always rotates clockwise towards the target even if the quickest route would be counter clockwise. So the problem is working out the direction to apply the rotation in so the smallest angle is covered. Here is my code so you can try and see what I am describing:
Function Rotate(ByVal a As Double, ByVal tp As Point, ByVal cp As Point, ByVal cv As Point) 'params a = angle, tp = target point, cp = current point, cv = current vector of bullet'
I had was to work out the bearing of the two vectors and if the difference is greater than 180 degrees, rotate clockwise otherwise rotate counter clockwise
I was wondering if there was a way to get the marquee of a progress bar to change direction when the marquee gets to the end of the progress bar and vice versahere is a small diagram to show you what i mean[---][*--][-*-][--*][-*-][*--][---] = progress bar* = marquee
was wondering if you could give me a hand and point me in right direction with the project i am creating. It is a toolkit They are 2 problems that i am having wondering if anybody knew the issues
1. The textbox is not having them 1 by 1 for example
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2. The other problem is a bit more tricky, I have software on the hard-drive c:directorysp2
it has to be implemented into the toolkit anybody have any ideas how without a database if possible. I thought this could be done in the load form, pre-loads the software and then checks when comes to installing the software in the list.
My character moves with the keyboard arrows but he keeps facing the screen, my question is:How can i make the character change direction (by using different sprite positions), like when I press the right keyboard arrow my character faces right and when I walk right my character's legs move?