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Screenshot Error:

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Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
Error is on the line: AxVLCPlugin21.playlist.items.clear()

When I try to clear the vlc playlist within Visual I get the above error.

Actual Code:

Public Class Form1
    Private Sub Button1_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
    End Sub
End Class

How do I fix?
Posted 29-Apr-13 4:21am
Updated 29-Apr-13 4:33am
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 29-Apr-13 10:25am
In what line?
Where is the declaration of AxVLCPlugin21?
BlueVLC 29-Apr-13 10:29am
Its VB.Net you just drag it from the toolbox onto the form

The error is on the line
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Solution 2

It may be a problem with the newer VLC 2.x.x plugin versions. I've had nothing but grief with them. The last version that I've had any luck with is:[^]
BlueVLC 29-Apr-13 19:04pm
Tried version 2.5 and worked fine :-)
Have a nice night mate
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Solution 1

There is no VLC plugin in the toolbox, so you're using a 3rd party component.

The error is message makes it pretty obvious.

Either AxVLCPlugin21, AxVLCPlugin21.playlist, or AxVLCPlugin21.playlist.items is returning Nothing, of null is C#. You can't call methods or get/set property values on Nothing.

It's impossible to say which one of those is throwing the exception. You'll have to inspect the variables in the debugger when it stops on the line that threw the exception.

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