I tried that and it didn't work. I just don't understand why only the selected cells become visible I put a lot of work into the form and I'd prefer not to do it all again, so if anyone has any ideas - please let me know! Thanks.
just delete control from the form and try to add with same name to preserve the coding done on the variable. VS behaves odd at times. when this happens i used to close all the visual studio and start over again. will work like a charm.
Impossible to say with the info you've given. You need to analyze the login page source code to see how the credentials are sent back to the server and how the actual page you want to access is authenticated. If its just a random SSL page, you just need to fill in the HTTPWebRequest.Credentials object.
I have a form that has an array of text boxes dynamically added to a splitcontainer on a form. I use the same array to add text boxes to the form twice (different data for different table). I would like to use an event handler, preferably once, to change background color to yellow when textbox[i] receives focus, and back to white when it loses focus. I am currently going around in circles. Can anyone help me? Thanks for your input
Add in a lambda, at the point where you create the textboxes. Like the example below;
var tb = new TextBox();
tb.GotFocus += delegate (object s, EventArgs a)
(s as TextBox).BackColor = Color.Red;
tb.LostFocus += delegate(object s, EventArgs a)
(s as TextBox).BackColor = Color.Green;