PublicSub Button1_Click(sender AsObject, e As EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
Dim result AsString = WaitWindow.Show(Me.WorkerMethod, "Watch out! Stuff is happening!")
EndSubPublicSub WorkerMethod(sender AsObject, e As Jacksonsoft.WaitWindowEventArgs)
If e.Arguments.Count > 0Then
e.Result = e.Arguments(0).ToString()
e.Result = "Hello World"EndIfEndSub
This not working in Vb.net.......Can you help me please?
First of all I want to thank you for your fantastic job with this project, it is exactly what I was looking for!
Anyway I do have some bugs (maybe) when I use it:
1. When I drag its resizing-points to resize it, sometimes it stops working and also makes visual studio crash.
2. When I run my program preview with visual studio (by pressing f5) it gives me an error, a weird error, something like: "BadImageFormatException was unhandled" in my auto-generated by visual studio method "InitializeComponent()". The desc of that error says something like "Unable to load 'JacksonSoft.CustomTabControl, Version=188.8.131.52, Culture=neutral, (...)' Assembly or file. Trying to load a program with a wrong format".
Could you help me please?
My questions are:
1. Are these problems of your lib(then bugs)? If yes, could you fix them please? If no, where am I going wrong?
(Maybe) Useful info:
I'm working with Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.5
I added the assembly file to my.NET items (basically to the toolbox)
i tried out your custom tab. Your updated control has to much overhead for my needs. But in your custom tab i've problems with autosize of tabpages. I use it with vs2005 under vb.net. The text of the tabpages will not shown correct. The tabpage-header are two small and the text will not be shown in it's full length.
Any suggestion how to fix it?
You customtabp project is fantastic, but there is a bug:
When you "Allow drop" (true), if you move one tab, you close another one, and move another tab, you have a bug that will remove the tabcontrol!
Can you fix it?
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