Hi, we’ll need sometime to look into this issue and provide a fix for it. It seems the Graphics handling on numerous Bunifu Cards might somehow be causing a drawing issue at runtime. However, we do know where it’s occurring so we’ll handle and fix this in the next release.
Thanks for reporting to us.
We may have found a reason why this fails, though it’s very unique.
Since we’ll be releasing a new update this week, we’ll keep you updated once done.
Please ensure you add a reference to the file Bunifu.Core.dll.
That’s very possibly a reference issue.
We have included this feature to be part of our next release. As of now, you can call the method
Focus() in the button’s
Click event. Here’s an example:
private void bunifuButton1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
Have you tried working with lesser decimal values to see if it works?
We haven’t yet included this feature in our charts.
Since its one of the most requested features, we’re working on including it in an upcoming release, so stay tuned!
Please elaborate on your question.
We will update the article on the Scrollbar. The solution is very simple, however.
Once you’ve implemented the scrolling behavior in Bunifu Vertical Scrollbar’s
Scroll event, simply set the Panel’s
AutoScroll property to
false in your Form’s
private void Form1_Shown(object sender, EventArgs e)
// Enable the default scrollbars first
// then get the value(s) required.
flowLayoutPanel1.AutoScroll = true;
// Set the vertical scroll maximum value to be at-par with the flowlayout.
bunifuVScrollBar1.Maximum = flowLayoutPanel1.VerticalScroll.Maximum;
// Now disable the default scrollbars.
flowLayoutPanel1.AutoScroll = false;
Private Sub Form1_Shown(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Handles Form1.Shown
flowLayoutPanel1.AutoScroll = True
bunifuVScrollBar1.Maximum = flowLayoutPanel1.VerticalScroll.Maximum
flowLayoutPanel1.AutoScroll = False
This will now allow you get the length of the Panel, apply it to the Vertical ScrollBar, and scroll the Panel at runtime.
Hope this helps.
Regarding the Image Button issue, have you tried paginating the images’ content? (For example, organizing the images in various panels within the same Form) Whenever you’re loading bitmap content within a container control or Form, you need to be careful with how you do so as you can cause a strain in the computer’s memory (therefore causing poor performance due to lagging and control flickers) if you simply render them in any event. Also, ensure you’ve enabled double-buffering in your Form.
However, we’ve just released a new Image Button control hoping that it may resolve some of the previously-faced issues. Likewise regarding the Dropdown control, the said issue was fixed in another release. Please check out our changelog page.