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  1. In Topic: Custom skinning for all formsHi

    Posted 23 Jul 2015

    Thanks man, Didn't think of that
  2. In Topic: Setting a form to not visible

    Posted 2 Jul 2015

    View Postmodi123_1, on 02 July 2015 - 08:19 PM, said:

    Are you building a RAT?

    I am not, I understand why you feel like this project is a RAT. I guess it'll be better if we close this thread to avoid any further confusion.
    Thank you anyway :)
  3. In Topic: Setting a form to not visible

    Posted 2 Jul 2015

    Okay so here is some context to the question. I am trying to connect 2 VB applications by connecting a text file between them, so when one application writes to the text file the other will read that and perform an action accordingly.
    One application need to be completely invisible (minimizing doesn't do the trick for what I want) I need that form to completely run in the back ground from the initial startup
    As for the picturebox, I am feeding a location for a picture to the picturebox from application 1 and then application 2 must save the picture in the picturebox to a specific location.
    For now Me.Visible=False at load does what I want it to do but the picturebox doesn't seem to get the image location and it doesn't save the picture. Whereas when Me.Visible=True everything works perfectly.

    I know this project doesn't make any sense but I was wondering why the controls in the invisible form doesn't work correctly.

    I hope the question is clearer now
  4. In Topic: Capture an image using DirectShow via webcam

    Posted 18 Jun 2015

    IronRazer Thank you so much man. This is more than I could have ever asked for. This is just amazing, I have been searching for this for months.
  5. In Topic: Capture an image using DirectShow via webcam

    Posted 17 Jun 2015

    IronRazerThank you so much for that, is there any way to pick any of the available cam sources without listing them in a combobox? The project I used above does that. The reason I'm using direct show is to avoid the video source dialog. I want the first available cam source to start running immediately

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