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Add a new Frame control with VB6 at run - time

Posted on 2011-09-23
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Dear experts!

I still use classic VB6, it works very fine in hand which know it very good.

I have a frame fraSavePic(0) – control array. Is there a way to add in run time fraSavePic(1) which will have exactly same properties and event handle for Click event? I’m sure I can do this, could you please help me with code?

 More detailed, I the new one Frame to be same size, colour and event for Click as fraSavePic(0) .
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by:Martin Liss
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Load fraSavePic(1)

or for more flexibility

Load fraSavePic(Ubound(fraSavePic))
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Correction on the second part of my answer. It should be

Load fraSavePic(fraSavePic.Count)

'and to see it add something like this.
fraSavePic(fraSavePic.Count - 1).Visible = True
fraSavePic(fraSavePic.Count - 1).Left = 2500

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by:dvplayltd
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Well, I try it, it do not produce error, but I almost was ready to write you that do not work.

Why you do not tell me that I need to put here  ??? :-)

fraSavePic(1).Visible=true

P.S: I can't belive that it is so simple. VB is great ..last months I do a project in C++ and it is really really AWFUL!

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by:dvplayltd
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10x.
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by:Martin Liss
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Your welcome and I apologize for not including the complete code in my first answer.
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