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kulkis





PostPosted: Visual Basic Language, Help! Top

How can i access my **** via VB If i'll get a "tutorial" I will be HAPPY :D  Im using Visual basic express edition 2005. Thnx for your help :)


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spotty





PostPosted: Visual Basic Language, Help! Top

Check out this link

http://216.234.188.13/rate.php rid=1752&go=1012

It shows something that may be applicable.

 Also try and use more descriptive title for your issue rather than generic "help", "it doesnt work" etc.


 
 
ProfEclipse





PostPosted: Visual Basic Language, Help! Top

Google is your friend. There are a large number of tutorials and samples showing how to make games with XNA and how to create textures to use with your games. Try a search for the following: +xna +tutorials


 
 
ahmedilyas





PostPosted: Visual Basic Language, Help! Top

you should be able to make it visible = false. Otherwise try doing Me.Hide() to hide it and Me.Show() to show it. Does this work for you

You stated by adding Form.ShowDialog() on the sub main() that it won't work, well this is true since you are telling the program to show your form, you dont need to put this code in at all but only either Me.Visible = false or Me.Hide()



 
 
de_Stan





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Me.Hide is not working too! I tried this also. I read that you should write Form.Visible = False into another form or module otherwise the form won't hide because it still executes the code. That's why i tried it form inside the module. And i used .Showdialog so that the form starts executing the loading code and don't return to Sub Main otherwise the program will terminate.

 
 
Grayson Peddie





PostPosted: Visual Basic Language, Help! Top

Not to be rude, but next time, use a meaningful subject for your topic. A good example of the subject for your topic is "Beyond XNA Game Studio Tutorials."

We don't like seeing a lot of threads with the subject "Please help," or "help," or anything that too generic...



 
 
dagfari





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The trick now before doing anything else is to go back and start a new XNA project. Attempt to make your graphic bounce around the screen by typing in all the code from scratch. Keep your original file open as a reference. Try not to cut and paste any code during the learning process, it's important you type the code in for yourself to help your memory. By doing this, you'll better understand the process of loading, updating, and drawing graphics.

 
 
Mike Danes





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Here we go again...

See this thread for a similar problem:

http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx PostID=778699&SiteID=1

The simplest thing to do in your case is to add this to your form code:

Protected Overrides Sub SetVisibleCore(ByVal visible As Boolean)

End Sub


 
 
de_Stan





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Ok thank's a lot Mike! Take care.