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    Posted: 13 January 2010 at 7:29am
hi:
   I am trying to use the skinframework in Visual Basic(VS2005). But it looks it didn't work well.
   I created a MDI project, and created several forms and child forms. the MDI form and all the
xtreme controls could be skined, but the other forms and all the child forms of the MDI form
couldn't be skined.
  why?....
  I want to know if there is any way to solve this problem.
  thks for your help.
 
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Is there anyone else meet the same questions.
pls help me.
tks.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote VladimirKh Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 January 2010 at 10:48am
Hi
The subject of this branch is NET WinForms controls.
Are you talking about WinForms controls or ActiveX controls in MDI VB.NET?
I tried to reproduce your problem in NET WinForms C# MDI project under VS2005 (Samples\ReportControl.ReportPerformanceTest).
I could successfully change Theme in ReportControl control in a child window.
Please send your test project if you want us to reproduce your problem and find the reason for this behavior.

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Hi Vladimir:

   tks for your reply. 
   this a demo prj.
   wish your idea.
   tks.
 
fyi...
 

Visual Studio 2005 8.0.50727.42

Visual Basic Project

.net framework 2.0.50727

Codejock13.2.1

 

Problems List:

1.    Skinframwork couldnít skin all the other forms except the MDI.

2.    comandbars problem: windows list shows only the last mdi-child

(only when there is/are codejack controls in the form, if no codejock

Controls in the form(s), itís ok)

3.    Docking panel problem: the panels attached wins arenít in the panels.

->first view, the wins not in the panels

   -> hide-review , itís right in the panel
 
  more information , pls refer to the documents and prj files uploaded as follows:
  uploads/20100121_225518_Problems_with_c.rar
  uploads/20100121_225747_Project1.NET.rar
  
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jack.Lau Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 January 2010 at 11:12pm

ahaha.

i used activex.
can it be used for VB.net?
i find that in your products list that there are winforms controls and activex.
and it seems  that  it's different.
was  i made a mistake that the activex can't be used in VB.net prj,wasn't  it?
i was mazed.
 
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because in winforms controls there are no skinframwwork controls and some other controls.

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Hello,

With .NET languages you have to manually apply skin for each toplevel window.

Just add these lines

  protected override void OnVisibleChanged(EventArgs e)
  {
   base.OnVisibleChanged(e);

   if (this.Visible)
   {
    frmMain.skinFramework.ApplyWindow(this.Handle.ToInt32());
    this.BackColor = skinFramework.GetColor(XtremeSkinFramework.XTPColorManagerColor.STDCOLOR_BTNFACE);
   }
  }
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Did this solve your problem?
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yes,  i had already got it.  though, tks you very much, beauty SuperMario.
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