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  • Blog Post: How to Move a Shape control with Mouse Events?

    The Shape control in Microsoft.VisualBasic.PowerPacks provides several useful events, including MouseDown, MouseMove, MouseUp. Some useful actions you can work on a shape is to use the mouse to move or resize the shape. For example, you may want to drag an end point of a line and move the end point....
  • Blog Post: Using the DataRepeater Virtual Mode

    While answering questions in the forums , I came across a recurring question about how the Virtual Mode works with the DataRepeater control included in the Visual Basic Power Packs. I realized that not many people use this powerful feature so I’d like to discuss how it works and walk you through a sample...
  • Blog Post: Visual Basic PowerPacks is released in Visual Studio 2010 Beta2!

    Many of you have been asking about this and here is the good news: VB PowerPacks has been released in Visual Studio 2010 Beta2 ( Download ) and will be part of VS2010 RTM! It was also released in VS 2008 Service Pack 1, but if you’re still working on VS 2008, this post shows where to download the VB...
  • Blog Post: Writing Event Handler for controls in a DataRepeaterItem

    In the MSDN Visual Basic Power Packs forum , I had an embarrassing reply on a DataRepeater event handling question, in which the user asked why his event handling code did not work. Here is the original question: “I want to be able to resize a textbox when a user clicks on a textbox within a datarepeater...
  • Blog Post: How to Change Appearance of all DataRepeater Items at Run Time

    DataRepeater control is one of the most important controls in Visual Basic PowerPacks . John Chen has recently posted a great blog about this control’s background and usage. As a complement, I want to talk about how to customize DataRepeater item appearance here. Generally speaking, you could change...
  • Blog Post: DataRepeater Control for Windows Forms

    The DataRepeater control is available in the Visual Basic Power Packs . As Yun Feng introduced in his post , the Visual Basic Power Packs is included in Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1 and will also be shipped in Visual Studio 2010 . The DataRepeater control is my favorite component in the Visual...
  • Blog Post: Visual Basic Power Packs is included in Visual Studio 2008 SP1

    After Visual Basic Power Packs 3.0 was released to the web, we got a lot of questions and feedbacks from Visual Basic Power Packs MSDN forum .   So when Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1 was about to release, we decided to ship  Visual Basic Power Packs with all the bug fixes with this...
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