I came across your Custom Tab Control back in 2012 and did a lot of work on it to fix bugs and improve it in several ways.
Until now I've only used the modified version in my own private projects.
However I now want to put one of these projects onto GitHub, and it would make life simpler if I include the source code for my modified version in the same repository. I have no problem with the license terms, except that it's totally impractical to 'insert a prominent notice in each changed file stating how, when and where You changed that file' due to the scale of the changes.
So I intend to do the following, unless you object.
First I'll commit the original source code (C# only) exactly as in the download, with full acknowledgements to you as the originator and the copyright owner.
Then I'll replace the original files with my modified version and commit that, which will enable any interested party, using git tools, to see exactly what I've changed and where, far more effectively than could ever be done in the way the license states. I will also beef up the license headers because they don't currently appear to actually contain any actual copyright statements: so I'll make it explicit that you are the copyright holder for the original work, and add my name as a contributor in the amended versions.
This seems to me to satisfy the spirit, if not the letter, of the license.
If you object to this suggestion, or if you have an alternative suggestion, please let me know as soon as possible.
If I don't hear anything to the contrary within, say, the next week, I'll assume that you're happy with this and proceed as stated.
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=126.96.36.199, 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)
Hi, how are you? I'm messaging you because your reply to this indicates you successfully added the files to your toolbox. I'm such a c# greenhorn that I don't know how to accomplish even that without step by step instructions. Would you be willing to walk me through adding this to my toolbox then have it available for any project? I'm running Windows 7, Visual Studio 2015 Community and I don't know what .NET framework or even how to find out. I downloaded the NewCustomTabControl zip and opened it in Downloads. Clicked on some file to update to VS 2015 Community and there I got stuck on what to do next.
Your help and patience are most welcome and appreciated.
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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