What is the best way to monitor the pressed keys (in pairs), such as Lshift+Rshift, Lctrl+Rctrl.
I've tryied the DirectX.DirectInput, but it isn't the easiest way.
P.S. solution is not the KeyDown, or KeyUp events.
Thanks to all!!!
We have developed .Net Windows Application in XP and it is working good. When i install our product into Windows - NT performance is gone down. Specially when i deal with XML file (Parsing) performance is pretty much depressing. Anything need to be done/installed for this.
Its just selecting data from database and showing in a dropdownlist.
But dropdownlist was loaded, i have to show the data which was selected from database in dropdownlist as selected. its just showing user selected value from database in dropdownlist its used to update the user information....
I am using an itemplate coloumn in the datagrid. That template coloumn has a textbox, and i want to get the values from database to be assigned to that itemplate coloumn including other bounded coloumns. How is it possible.Plz help me.
What you need to do is create a custom designer for your control. Since a bit of code is worth a thousand words, I will stop talking and just post a drop dead simple example.
publicclass SomeControl : Control
this.Size = new Size(100, 25);
protectedoverridevoid OnPaint(PaintEventArgs e)
using (LinearGradientBrush brsh = new LinearGradientBrush(this.ClientRectangle,
Color.CornflowerBlue, Color.White, LinearGradientMode.Vertical))
publicclass SomeControlDesigner : ControlDesigner
// This is the key step. Using this override, you can pretty much completely// customize the way the control appears on the designer. I've used this in my controls// to completely change the design-time appearance of controls to make their design // capabilities more obvious.protectedoverridevoid OnPaintAdornments(System.Windows.Forms.PaintEventArgs pe)
using(SolidBrush brsh = new SolidBrush(Color.Red))
}</pre> <br />
The OnPaint overrideis there just to make the point that thisis a custom control. You'll also need to add a reference to System.Design.dll.
These columns store unprocessed binary data, typically files, that can be retrieved and manipulated like the other common datatypes. One sample use would be the storage of images into the database to be retrieved for a website to display.
Does anybody know if there is ANY way to either get a reference to or just remove event handlers that you didn't declare yourself? (I am writing a plugin, but want to change the functionality of some buttons etc.) I've gathered that this is at least difficult if not impossible from other posts, but if anyone has a horrendous hack I'd like to hear it.
Alternatively, I wondered if it would be possible to identify an event handler through Reflection in order to remove it. Does anybody have any thoughts on this?
Thanks very much,
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