is load into the pict. Instructions for Windows 7 and Windows Vista: Open Programs and Features by clicking the Start button. Cancel Red Flag SubmittedThank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts.The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action. You can obtain the latest version from www.microsoft.com This interaction between compiled and design environment components is not supported This key is already associated with an element of this collection (Error
All times are GMT -5. As I see it, the cause is likely to be that you clicked the button repeatedly "too quick". Check under Project|Components for Microsoft SysInfo control, add it to your form and see what it can tell you. 0 LVL 3 Overall: Level 3 Visual Basic Classic 3 Message We appreciate your feedback.
Is this control be able to handle as many as 100 pictures and more? Line too long Loop without Do LSet allowed only on strings and user-defined types LSet not allowed Maximum number of watch expressions added MDI forms are not allowed in multithreaded projects. All Rights Reserved.
If not, then what if someone needs to add lots & lots of nodes to your "canvas"? If you display the image at 50% of the orginal, the lines are drawn every 50 pixels. if you want, I can give you the full source of the program to see your self. Error loading 'item'.
Recommendation: Scan your PC for computer errors. It's caused by a lack of resources on your computer (video memory, virtual memory, hard drive space, etc), and will stop your applications operating. everyones I'm using vb5 Here is my problem I've made a program that load a big scanned image like 9600 x 7200 pixels into a picturebox i need to draw lines This gives standard memory, but I can't see anything about GDI ressources.
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Type "sfc /scannow" and hit ENTER. All rights reserved. No Help available No object (Error 31004) No text selected No watch expression selected Not a legal object name: 'item Not enough memory to completely save project Not enough memory to Advanced Search VBForums Visual Basic Visual Basic 6 and Earlier Can't create AutoRedraw image If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link
The lines are in fact dimension lines and the textboxes created at runtime are the dimensions that are positionned on the midpoint of the line that has been created. Please ensure that all add-ins have been installed correctly. Reply With Quote Feb 25th, 2011,10:49 PM #4 petersen View Profile View Forum Posts Hyperactive Member Join Date Jul 2010 Posts 273 Re: Can't create AutoRedraw image You said and asked Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New?
Hopefully, the problem is caused by some memory corruption in Windows and a re-boot of the computer should solve it.Will keep you informed. The file 'item2' can't be loaded 'item1' is referenced by 'item2' project and cannot be updated. Join Us! *Tek-Tips's functionality depends on members receiving e-mail.
The adjusted coordinates are relatively easy to calculate; ZoomFactor will never be zero obviously: AdjustedX = (OriginalX + HScrollbar.Value) * ZoomFactor AdjustedY = (OriginalY + VScrollbar.Value) * ZoomFactor Node/Image width height You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second. Novice? Georges Report abuse Reply 8 years ago by lrivera lester rivera , United States Joined 8 years ago Georges, I have a very similar problem.
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Refer to 'item' for details Errors occurred during load Event handler is invalid Event not found Exit Do not within Do...Loop Exit For not within For...Next Exit Function not allowed in