"How to" Flashes

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Database query (1) Create a database query with a parameter View Video in original size Play swf
Database query (2) Create an action to do database search using a text box for the parameter value View Video in original size Play swf
Keyboard (1) Use Down-Arrow as TAB. It handles KeyUp event. When the key is Down-Arrow send a TAB key. View Video in original size Play swf
Keyboard (2) Use Up-Arrow as Shift-TAB. It handles KeyUp event. When the key is Up-Arrow send a Shift-TAB key. View Video in original size Play swf
Event Path Event Path uses icons to represent objects, events and methods; and use lines to link event icons with the action executer icons. Event icons are associated with object icons which own the events. You may use mouse to drag the icons to re-arrange the visual display. When moving an object icon all event icons belonging to the object are moved as well. When moving an event icon all linking lines starting from the event are moved as well. This video shows such effects. View Video in original size Play swf
Debug in C# Limnor Studio generates C# source code. The source code can be used to debug. Break points can be set in C# code. When a break point is hit, the values of all objects in the scope can be exeamined, some can be changed. This video shows setting a break point in C# source and hitting the break point in debugging. View Video in original size Play swf
Video/Audio Capture Sample WebCamCapture.zip
Capturer is a component for capturing video and audio from devices such as web cameras or TV tuners. This part of video shows using a picture box to preview video; setting video device; creating a ShowPropertiesDialogue action for doing configurations at runtime. A “set property” action is created to set the video capture file name to the Text property of a text box. This action is assigned to the Load event of the form so that when the form is displayed the contents of the text box are copied to the Capturer. The action is also assigned to the TextChanged event of the text box so that when the user changes the text box the changes are copied to the Capturer. View Video Part 1 Play swf
This part of video shows enabling/disabling the 3 buttons for capturing video/audio. The properties of the Capturer are used to decide which buttons should be enabled and which buttons should be disabled. The Cue button should be enabled only when the Capturer is not cued and started. The Start button should be enabled only when the Capturer is not started. The Stop button should be enabled only when the Capturer is started. A new method named EnableButtons is created to execute the actions to set the Enabled property of the buttons. An action is created using method EnableButtons. This is to make the programming logic more clear. View Video Part 2 Play swf
This part of video shows creating the video capturing actions. Start action starts the video/audio capturing. Stop action stops the capturing. Cue action prepares the capturing so that the starting of the capturing can be quicker. The actions are assigned to Cue button, Start button and Stop button, respectively. The action for enabling/disabling buttons is also assigned to all buttons. The programming for the application is done. View Video Part 3 Play swf
This part of video shows the testing of the application. It shows that the Capturer can be configured at runtime. It shows the starting and stopping of the video capturing. View Video Part 4 Play swf
The Event-Path uses lines and arrows to show the relationships between events and the actions. This part of video shows the arranging of icons and lines to make the diagram look better. View Video Part 5 Play swf
Capture control image to file Any control image can be saved to a file. This sample saves image of a Picture box to a file. Because the picture box is used for previewing a webcam, this sample captures webcam image to a file. View Video Play swf
Capture control image to printer Any control image can be printed. This sample prints a Picture box. Because the picture box is used for previewing a webcam, this sample prints webcam image. View Video Play swf
Capture control image to another control Any control image can be passed to another control. This sample captures image of a Picture box (source control) and pass the image to another Picture Box (destination control). Because the source control is used for previewing a webcam, this sample takes a snapshot of the webcam image. View Video Play swf
Use Flash Player ActiveX control in applications
This video shows adding ActiveX control to project and using the ActiveX control. View Video Part 1 Play swf
Because the ActiveX control (Flash Player) we added to the project is a 32-bit program, we need to compile our project to be a 32-bit program. This video shows setting Platform Target to x86 so that the project will be compiled to a 32-bit program. View Video Part 2 Play swf
DataGrid cell formats The display format of cells in a Data Grid can be changed. This video shows where to change the fonts, colors, and format styles. You may try different settings to get the best display results.This feature is only available from Limnor Studio VS, not from Limnor Studio 5. View Video Play swf
Use static methods. Move files. Many classes have static methods. We may use a static method to create an action without creating an instance of the class. This video shows creating an action to move file using Move method of the File class. It also shows using static methods in math expressions. View Video Play swf
Use Windows Media Player ActiveX control in applications
This video shows adding Windows Media Player ActiveX control to project and using the ActiveX control. View Video Part 1 Play swf
The Url property of the Windows Media Player represents the media to be played. This video shows playing a media by setting the Url property. View Video Part 2 Play swf
Folder browser Use folder selection dialogue box, FolderBrowserDialog, to select folder. In the same way OpenFileDialog can be used for selecting a file. View Video Play swf
TreeViewX events When the user click, double-click or hover mouse on a tree node, some events occur depending on the type of nodes: CategoryNodeMouseClick, CategoryNodeMouseDoubleClick, CategoryNodeMouseHover, ShortcutMouseClick, ShortcutMouseDoubleClick, ShortcutMouseHover, PropertyNodeMouseClick, PropertyNodeMouseDoubleClick, PropertyNodeMouseHover. When a node is selected, following events may occur: CategoryNodeSelected, ShortcutNodeSelected, and PropertyNodeSelected. This video shows the uses of such events. It simply displays the guid of node related to the event. View Video Play swf
Run exe file Your program may execute other programs (*.exe files). The Process component allows your programs to do that. This video shows using notepad.exe to open a text file. View Video Play swf
Use Condition Action This flash shows a sample of using condition (IF ... THEN ... ELSE ...) in a method to form action execution paths. View Video Play swf

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