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Best way to show images on run time on form

Hi,
you all surely came along one of the new image managers like picasa or
adobe photo elements.
im tring to build something very simple and learn some new techniques
from this applications.
What will be the best way to display picture on form on run time.
I thought i can use panel and add picture to it but this can make it
not orgenized, or i couldnt find the way to orginze the new photo on
it.
does someone did something like this or know about a good examle ?
Thanks.

Jan 10 '06 #1
4 2181
goRide,
The PictureBox control, which should appear on your Toolbox, is the control
most typically used by Windows Forms developers to display images.
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"goRide" wrote:
Hi,
you all surely came along one of the new image managers like picasa or
adobe photo elements.
im tring to build something very simple and learn some new techniques
from this applications.
What will be the best way to display picture on form on run time.
I thought i can use panel and add picture to it but this can make it
not orgenized, or i couldnt find the way to orginze the new photo on
it.
does someone did something like this or know about a good examle ?
Thanks.

Jan 10 '06 #2
Hi,

"goRide" <Ti***********@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:11**********************@z14g2000cwz.googlegr oups.com...
Hi,
you all surely came along one of the new image managers like picasa or
adobe photo elements.
im tring to build something very simple and learn some new techniques
from this applications.
What will be the best way to display picture on form on run time.
I thought i can use panel and add picture to it but this can make it
not orgenized, or i couldnt find the way to orginze the new photo on
it.
The PictureBox is the only resource the framework provide, it's good enough
for showing images. If you want to do something more complex you have to
write it yourself.

Also if you want to display a list of images probably it's better if you
have something like a listbox or listview where you can display the images.
does someone did something like this or know about a good examle ?


Take a look at a couple of third party frameworks, also a stop by
sourceforge and codeproject may help


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Florida Department Of Transportation
Jan 10 '06 #3
10x :)

Jan 15 '06 #4
10x :)

Jan 15 '06 #5

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