[ANN] April 26, 2005, "DirectX 9.0 Direct3D Graphics with Visual Basic .NET" chat



  • 1. Virtual List view
    Hi, I need a full example of how to implement the virtual mode for a list view. What I want is to add 3000 items in a listview and group them according to one of their subitems I know how to implement the second part (grouping) but I cannot find any sample teaching me how to use the virtual mode. Thanks ! Crusty Applesniffer
  • 2. The DTE object
    Where can I find complete information about the DTE object? regards, Mario Vquez
  • 3. special DataGridComboBoxColumn
    hi, for my DataGrids I'm using DataGridComboBoxColumns (the simple class example found everywhere in the internet) for the user to select the values. this works quite good. now for one DataGrid I need the data in the ComboBox to depend on other values in the row, so i have to reload the DataSource from the DB. for example: user selects a product from group A, the ComboBox should select and show all possible errors for group A. i tried to overwrite the DataGridComboBoxColumn class and build the reload into the GetDataValue function, but if i select an entry of the ComboBox, it immediatly changes back to NULL. does anybody have an idea or another solution for this? thx for any help netracer
  • 4. namespace for a line
    I've been using the Microsoft provided Line controls. In VB6, I used to do this Line1.x1 But now the namespace has changed. I wonder what would that be. I tried Import LineControls.Microsoft.Samples and directly reference my control named line1 Line1.x1 = 100 But the compiler complaint... could anyone give me some clue? Thanks Jack

[ANN] April 26, 2005, "DirectX 9.0 Direct3D Graphics with Visual Basic .NET" chat

Postby Jason Cooke [MSFT] » Wed, 27 Apr 2005 09:40:44 GMT

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