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Posted on 1998-08-07
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hi,
in VB5 ,we can create our own internet browser using setup wizard,
but the problem is when we minimize the browser , a bug/error message come out
said that 'RUN TIME ERROR 380'?
how can i fix it?
thats alot.

if posibble ,i can send that file to u for easy reference..
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Question by:michaelair
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by:clifABB
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Does this error happen during developement mode?  If so, what is the line that it stops on?  (Click 'Debug' from the error box)
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by:michaelair
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Private Sub Form_Resize()
   (this line)->Picture1.Height = frmBrowser.ScaleHeight - Picture1.Top - 50
   Picture1.Width = frmBrowser.ScaleWidth - (Picture1.Left * 2)
   WebBrowser1.Height = Picture1.Height
   WebBrowser1.Width = Picture1.Width
   TabStrip1.Width = Picture1.Width
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by:michaelair
ID: 1468222
error come out when minimize the browser window..

Private Sub Form_Resize()
   ->> cboAddress.Width = Me.ScaleWidth - 100
    brwWebBrowser.Width = Me.ScaleWidth - 100
    brwWebBrowser.Height = Me.ScaleHeight - (picAddress.Top + picAddress.Height) - 100
End Sub
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clifABB earned 50 total points
ID: 1468223
The problem is that, when you minimize the value passed to Picture1.Height is a negative number (height and width can never be negative).
What you need is to test for minimized and only adjust if not.
Try this code:
Private Sub Form_Resize()
  If frmBrowser.WindowState <> vbMinimized Then
    Picture1.Height = frmBrowser.ScaleHeight - Picture1.Top - 50
    Picture1.Width = frmBrowser.ScaleWidth - (Picture1.Left * 2)
    WebBrowser1.Height = Picture1.Height
    WebBrowser1.Width = Picture1.Width
    TabStrip1.Width = Picture1.Width
    'Whatever else
  End If
End Sub
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by:michaelair
ID: 1468224
thanx
then for the second one ....

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by:clifABB
ID: 1468225
What second one?
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