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spysonic

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Friday, August 1st 2014, 10:40am

For Beginners Tutorial

For all beginners like me! :D

personalize button.

happy experimenting.
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Monday, August 11th 2014, 2:48am

For Beginners Hovering inside a Circle

This can be implemented if you wanted to add any event inside your given circle coordinates.

actual implementation: if you wanted to hover on a circular button inside the container. let say your imgbutton is inside a label or picturebox. on mouse entered your picture box will be activated once your pointer enters any area of the rectangle, so you need this sample to set the activation if your pinter reaches the area of the circumference :D
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Monday, August 11th 2014, 2:55am

For Beginners Simple login using a database

Purely for beginners like me! :D

simple implementation of log in using an SQLite database.

sample for login is implemented on the next attachment for SQLite
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Monday, August 11th 2014, 2:58am

For Beginners DATABASE Add, edit, delete

Strictly for beginners like me!

Simple implementation of SQLite transactions.

for beginners basis.

before running make sure you have the ff.
1. sqlite_ini.dll copied to your java/jre/bin folder
2. sqlite.jar copied to your java/jre/lib/ext folder
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Wednesday, September 10th 2014, 10:47am

For Beginners Simple animated Buddy

you need to have java7 or higher for this.

database is not yet implemented.

Sorry for the codes guys its not that readable or shall i say well organized, spare me im new to programming :D

download all (3) zip files 1-3
extract in one location
after extracting all (3) files in one location, extract files using 7-zip
there you have the proj.

its not finished yet and please spare my coding abilities
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Friday, September 12th 2014, 12:18am

Thanks SpySonic,

I'm wondering if you could suggest a way to click and drag within the circle to adjust the circle's endAngle (while keeping the startAngle at 0). That is, to create a dial that can be dragged to produce a value (ideally from 0 to 100). Something like in the attached picture.

I would also suggest to set the AntiAliasing property of your picturebox control to true when drawing circles for a cleaner look.

Thanks
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Thursday, September 25th 2014, 2:28am

sorry its been a while since the last time i'v been here in Jabaco.

I remember having an experiment with setting angles of the shaded part of circle using a textbox, I'll to to figure it out and convert it to mouse click and drag.

i'll try my best. but Ihope someone will help too :D
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