PrintForm essentially does what I want, except to the printer. It'd be
nice if there was a similar function to copy it to another picture box. I
wonder if PrintForm is limited to the desktop color resolution?
' Get screen properties.
' If the screen has a palette make a copy and realize it.
It looks to me like it uses the desktop device context, which means on a
256-color desktop the resultant bitmap will also be 256 colors, which is
true of all the capture programs and OCX's I've seen. I'd guess the
PrintForm function has the same limitation (although that's usually not a
problem on most printers.)
Mass Media Inc.
I ran into this problem a while back and discovered that the height of the
PictureBox was an integer (32767) in pixels. I don't know if this has
Hello - where to look for help
I am programming in visual basic V5 and attempting to add graphics to a
I am using the usual technique of scrolling one picturebox control inside
The main picture box scrolls and grows in height as more grahics are added
There will obviously be a limit to the picbox height and graphics any system
accomodate, yet no errors of any type are detected during the expansion.
No API erors, no dll.Error etc.
The picture box reaches a maximum size and not all the graphics have been
How is it possible to determine the maximum height of a picture box, or more
importantly, detect when no more graphics can be added; which occurs before
max picbox height is reached.
All contributions greatfully accepted etc....