thanks sir, acutally i found already by this way, i couldn't find where i definded more than one. and moreever i couldn't display the "MainDialog GUI", when i double clicked the "maindialog" then the following dialog display and content is : object reference not set to an instances of an object. how to solve it. thanks
thanks sir, i solved already according to your help.
here another problem for me, when i set the "maindialog" as topmost, however when i click the mnubutton to display a dialog, it can't be display outside, it displayed the behind the maindialog, if i set the maindialog as normal then it can display, however when i want to run my maindialog, i want it as topmost. how to display the other dialog outside the maindialog when i set maindialog as topmost. thanks a lot
if you mean double-clicking a form in the solution pane leads to an exception, that must be because some of your code (including the default constructor) gets executed by Visual Designer and a fault of yours results in an Exception. You could always right-click the form, choose "View Code" and go look for the problem.
when we create a block inside text editor, by pressing any key, that block disappears,
while existing block, if suddenly u press DEL key, content of that block get detroyed.
i dont want this, i want to have a block remain persist. pay attention i am talking only
about text editor not data manippulate or SQL server or....... just inside of text editor.
i'm trying to crate an AVI file using some screen shots as frames.but when starting the process it gives the the exception saying
"Attempted to read or write protected memory. This is often an indication that other memory is corrupt."
the application that i use to create the avi file is loaded to my application using reflection.what i do is just pass the frames to this loaded application.
I am getting a buffer (allocated with CoTaskMemAlloc) from an unmanaged DLL call along with the buffer's size. I would like to feed this buffer (or a copy of this buffer) to DataObject (and drag-drop it...). Is it possible and if yes, how?
I've been coding in C++ for many years now (so i am not new to the concept of the whole programming business), but i'm relatively new to C#, so please keep it simple for me.
Thanks in advance for any answers.
> The problem with computers is that they do what you tell them to do and not what you want them to do. <
> "It doesn't work, fix it" does not qualify as a bug report. <
> Amazing what new features none of the programmers working on the project ever heard of you can learn about when reading what the marketing guys wrote about it. <
The details depend on the kind of information you want to represent (string, image, simple binary, ...).
Think of it as a two-step prrocess: first make a managed object that actually holds your data (string, image, etc); then use this[^] DataObject constructor.