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Hello,

I have a Loop that generates an ex amount of PictureBoxes in a FLowLayoutPanel. I am wodering if anyone was able to help me turn every picturebox in the flowlayoutpanel into one image.

Is this possible?

Can anyone help me?

Thanks.
Posted 3-Apr-13 0:18am
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Karthik Harve at 3-Apr-13 6:24am
   
your question is not clear, for a picture box, you might specified an image to display. so, you will have your image., then what do you want to make into an image ?
SmashApps at 3-Apr-13 6:29am
   
Sorry.

I have a flow layout panel. I have code that runs a loop that generates like 200 pictureboxes. I want to be able to save ONE image from ALL the pictureboxes. The pictureboxes don't have an image just a back color. So basically they all form one image.
ThePhantomUpvoter at 3-Apr-13 6:59am
   
You have a design problem. There is no reason at all to create 200 pictureboxes. And what you are asking still does not make sense. If you have 200 pictureboxes and no image then you do not have any image to save so where do you think that this image data is coming from? You are essentially asking how to create an image out of nothing at all. Just create a blank bitmap and save it to disk.
SmashApps at 3-Apr-13 7:01am
   
Well the pictureboxes are used as grid, I couldn't think of a better way. The program is a Pixel art program you do pixel drawings. You select a color and click on each picturebox and its color changes.

I know I don't have an image, I want to create an image out of the pictureboxes backcolors.
Kschuler at 3-Apr-13 11:48am
   
I'm guessing there is a better way to do that. You might want to research the graphic's class: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.drawing.graphics.aspx
Or if the whole point was that you didn't want to get real technical...I guess you could google for "VB.Net Merging Images" or "VB.Net Combining Images" I bet you could find something with those keywords.

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Solution 1

In my TeboCam open source application I do this by stitching a list of bitmaps into one image.
Below is the method that does this:

        /// <summary>
        /// using a List of Bitmaps as input a Bitmap patchword is returned 
        /// </summary>
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