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Posted 18 Sep 2013Not really, I'm not paying...they can charge whatever they need to for copies of the program. It is an already established program. Version 1 was just a small, but complex calculator. Version 2 failed horribly because I was using Access for the DB, and 64bit users had too much trouble running it, and I never had the time to switch everything over to SQL.
Right now all the developer would need to do is finish out the stuff lined up for version 3, or just change it all together if they want to. It's really up to them how much work they wish to invest in it.
Without making a long drawn out post about everything that I had planned on doing, it's actually about 40% completed. Like I said I just don't have the time anymore to code because my 2 autistic children take up so much of my time. If I were to finish it I could do it in less than a week, but it really all depends on the programers ability, and what direction they wish to take the application.
This is really just an offer for someone else who does have the time.
Posted 13 Sep 2013Your welcome! I'm glad you figured it out, and thank you for coming back and showing your solution! />
I remember when I first found this site. I would post a question, then search google more, often coming across my own post!
I figure posting my solution might help someone else who is looking up similar terms that my post contains if they run into a similar issue. This place is awesome, and if more people follow suit then it makes it much easier for everyone
Posted 13 Sep 2013I finally got this. I should have just been doing this on the tab changed event instead...this way if they change tabs they uncheck the currently selected item instead.
Private Sub tabItems_SelectedIndexChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles tabItems.SelectedIndexChanged For Each tbPage As TabPage In tabItems.Controls For Each lvw As ListView In tbPage.Controls For Each chk As ListViewItem In lvw.CheckedItems chk.Checked = False Next Next Next End Sub
Thanks for the help ybadragon!
Posted 13 Sep 2013Right now I only have 2 tab pages for testing, but the user is able to add as many categories as they need to. it is looping through all of the tabs. I have added an additional line to the sub:
Private Sub ListView_ItemChecked(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.ItemCheckedEventArgs) If a = 0 Then For Each item In sender.Items a = 1 If Not item.Index = e.Item.Index Then item.Checked = False For Each tbPage As TabPage In tabItems.Controls For Each lvw As ListView In tbPage.Controls For Each chk As ListViewItem In lvw.CheckedItems chk.Checked = False Next Next Next ' Here item.checked = True End If Next End If End Sub
Now what it is doing is on the second tab page, when I select one, I have to click the same one again for it to check the first one. The checkboxes on the first page are getting unchecked as well. This is the most obscure bug I have ever seen too, LOL.
I'm still working on it though, I think I am very close
Posted 13 Sep 2013It is still providing the same error about the checkbox. All other items are checkboxes. So I tried this and am getting closer:
For Each tbPage As TabPage In tabCakes.Controls For Each lvw As ListView In tbPage.Controls For Each chk As ListViewItem In lvw.CheckedItems chk.Checked = False Next Next Next
What this does is allow me to select checkboxes on the first tab, but not the other tabs. However, even though I cannot select the checkboxes on the second tab page, when I click on one of them the first tab page gets unchecked (yay)...so progress is being made.
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