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Add Virtual Serial Port Control VS 2005
« on: Feb 27th, 2007, 11:44am »
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Your instructions for adding the control don't work with Visual Studion 2005, there is no:
 
Project -> Add to Project -> Components and Controls
 
How do you add this control using VS 2005?
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Re: Add Virtual Serial Port Control VS 2005
« Reply #1 on: Feb 28th, 2007, 7:20am »
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To add control using VS 2005 you have to:
 
1. Create Visual Basic Window Application
 
2. On Toolbox, click right mouse button and choose "Choose items..." in context menu.
 
3. Click on "COM Components"
 
4. Find and check "Fabulatech Virtual Serial Port Control"
 
After that, control must appear on the toolbox in "Components".  
 
Drag-n-drop it onto your form.  
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Re: Add Virtual Serial Port Control VS 2005
« Reply #2 on: Feb 28th, 2007, 8:53am »
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OK, all of that works. How do I get Visual Studio to add the new class for the control?  The impression I get from the help file supplied is that should be created when I add the control.
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Re: Add Virtual Serial Port Control VS 2005
« Reply #3 on: Feb 28th, 2007, 10:57pm »
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Actually, yes. Every time you add control on your form, Visual Studio adds new object. Just double-click on control's icon on the form and you will get into editing OnVComm subroutine and there you will get name of created object.
 
Also you can check Form1.Designer.vb file (Form1 is the name of the form). Here you can find objects initialization.
 
So, everything is done automatically.
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Re: Add Virtual Serial Port Control VS 2005
« Reply #4 on: Mar 1st, 2007, 6:06am »
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Well, either I'm really dense, or it's not working.  I have the form, and I double-click on the form, and the properties window opens, and that's it.  I can right-click on the control on the dialog, and I get the standard right-click menu.  
 
You're talking about a VB file, but I'm using C++, perhaps we're talking apples and oranges here.  I need to add this control to a MFC C++ project.
 
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« Reply #5 on: Mar 1st, 2007, 8:17am »
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It seems really there is a problem with VSPC + VS2005 + C++ MFC. Anyway, our developers are trying to resolve this issue.
I'll post results when we have working solution.
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Re: Add Virtual Serial Port Control VS 2005
« Reply #6 on: Mar 2nd, 2007, 4:32am »
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We've resolved the issue with VS2005.
 
Please try new version:
http://www.virtual-serial-port-control.com/vspc-data/2.3.3/virtual-serial-port-control.zip
 
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