Tag Archives: user interface

Let the user drag ListBox items in C#

This example uses drag-and-drop to allow the user to drag ListBox items from one position to another. To use the program, right-click on an item and then drag it to hits new position. If you drag an item beyond the … Continue reading

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Let the user arrange ListBox items in C#

This example demonstrates one way that you can let the user arrange ListBox items. To rearrange the items, the user can click on an item and then use the program’s buttons to move the item to the top of the … Continue reading

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Change a DataGridView entry when the user double-clicks a cell in C#

This post is in response to the following question: Respected Sir, I need help on how can i change the datagridview cell value by double click on that cell. Let say cell contain value ā€˜Nā€™ when i double click it … Continue reading

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Let the user drag pictures in a picture list in C#

The post Improve the picture list in C# showed how you can let the user add, remove ,and rearrange images in a picture list. To rearrange the list, the user right-clicks on a picture and selects Move Left or Move … Continue reading

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Improve the picture list in C#

My post Make a picture list in C# explained how you can make a picture list that lets the user add, remove, and rearrange pictures. This post adds a small improvement. The previous example displayed images in PictureBox controls with … Continue reading

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Make a picture list in C#

This example shows how to build a picture list that lets the user add, remove, and rearrange pictures at run time. If you right-click between two pictures or to the left or right of all of the pictures, the program … Continue reading

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Display a progress bar with text in WPF and C#

As is so often the case in WPF, the solution is simple after you spend a few hours figuring out what controls to use. This example uses a normal Grid control that holds a StackPanel. The following code shows the … Continue reading

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Disable the charms gesture in Windows 8 (and learn a bit about user interface design)

I still really like my new laptop (see my post Quick review of a new laptop), but one thing I really hate about Windows 8 is the way the charms bar kept popping up at seemingly random times. I would … Continue reading

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Display database pictures in a ListView control in C#

This example shows how you can display database pictures in a ListView control. My previous post, Create ListView icons at run time in C#, explained how to make images at runtime to display in a ListView control. This example follows … Continue reading

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Make a skinned form in C#, Part 2 (the code)

My previous post explained the controls that this example uses to let you give a form a skin. Basically an arrangement of Panel and PictureBox controls with the Dock properties set appropriately draw the form’s edge and corner images. If … Continue reading

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