Peace be upon you
I realize that you want the tool more than the code,
I'm sorry for not attaching the executable.
I intend updating the article a bit in future to clean somethings up and remove unnecessary things (although it's full of newbie work, but I may not change them).
I will attach a Demo in the next update.
Anyway for the time being, to build an executable yourself you need "Visual Studio 2008 or higher" + "Office 2003 installed" and build the project.
Name: Yasser Daheek AKA vbnetskywalker
B Date: 1/April/1987
Home: Syria - Ham
Job: Software Developer
I have situation like this. I have an access mdb with linked table into SQL Server. We have migration problem because I have use a lot of MS Access function into query that i have been created. I can't migrate the MS Access query into SQL Server query because specific MS Access function that MS SQL doesn't have.
I have hundreds of Access query.
Is there any option to compile with .NET application like this:
1. I copy the MS Access query syntax into .NET code as is.
2. I compile that query by using only MS Access engine (without opening database itself).
I think it is not possible to walk with richtextbox, when in need to speed up coloring. I guess this is caused by process which is currently rendering RTF on every change. My last model of RTB workflow is that any change (even if working with cursor and selectedrtf) is equivalent to control.RTF = newRtf. But anyway your redraw locking method seems better than usual
that's exactly what I tried to do the first time I wrote it ,
but later (in later versions ) I returned to the base way to color (by the tool) ..........
I return to the base way of coloring because of a question mister "emanlee"
has asked ..........
the question was "Chinese text become messy code"
it's the previous one (take a look at it, to have deep info about it)