Vb net control validating event
Also, I actually prefer to set the bitmap reference manually, because you can of course compile one DLL file containing multiple control classes.And if it were done in some automatic way as your posting suggests - if you have a dll containing two control classes with two images, in which way would they be joined together? Cheers Michael -- modified at Monday 12th September, 2005Hi Michael; To your question: “Also, I actually prefer to set the bitmap reference manually, because you can of course compile one DLL file containing multiple control classes.We are working on technical solutions to fully comply with GDPR regulations.Thank you for your patience and understanding while we update our systems.A properly-designed dialogue has OK and Cancel buttons and the user should be clicking one of them to close it.
I still can't get it added into 2002 since it reports "no components..be added in the dll" or similar things, but yes, no prob wiz 2003.As stated above the image for the control is embedded in the dll and the system finds that resource and uses it as the icon.I have yet to get a copy of Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 and load it on my machine so I would not be able to tell you if the project conversion wizard screws up or not, sorry. NET, controls are added to the Toolbox in the Customize Toolbox dialog box.Have a great day; Fernando Hi Michael; To your question : “What confuses me is that I don't get to see the provided toolbox image, but just the standard icon.Also, in the code I don't find any reference to the image provided. ” If you go to the Solution Explorer window and right click on the image file Text Box that is in the Text Box Validate project and select Properties from the floating menu you will see a property called “Build Action” and it should be set to “Embedded Resource”.