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Question Resolution independent VB.net application

Hi All,
When I install my VB.net application at client's machine with a different screen resolution setting, the controls on the forms will appear small/distorted according to the resolution.
Please suggest me how can i make my application 'Resolution independent' ?
In addition, the labels (which i sent back during design time) will be displayed in front of the text boxes(overlap). Hence the neatness of the form layout is disturbed. Please suggest me a way to always keep textboxes before labels, in case of overlapping labels & textboxes.
ThanX in advance.....
Venk

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Dear User,
I am facing the same problem of converting my existing application to support all resolutions.
I am looking at the efficient way of fixing this solution.
If you have solved this issue can you help me in coming up with a solution.
My Env :: .NET 3.5
DB :: SQL Server 2005 SP2
Your help is highly appreciated...

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screen resolution setting

Quote:
Originally Posted by kaverao
Hi All,
When I install my VB.net application at client's machine with a different screen resolution setting, the controls on the forms will appear small/distorted according to the resolution.
Please suggest me how can i make my application 'Resolution independent' ?
In addition, the labels (which i sent back during design time) will be displayed in front of the text boxes(overlap). Hence the neatness of the form layout is disturbed. Please suggest me a way to always keep textboxes before labels, in case of overlapping labels & textboxes.
ThanX in advance.....
Venk


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Public Function ScreenResolution() As String
Dim intX As Integer = Screen.PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Width
Dim intY As Integer = Screen.PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Height
End Function

place the control locations

location(x- 500, y- 300)

I think it will work out.... but for each control we need the location specifier

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Quote:
Originally Posted by vathan
Dear User,
I am facing the same problem of converting my existing application to support all resolutions.
I am looking at the efficient way of fixing this solution.
If you have solved this issue can you help me in coming up with a solution.
My Env :: .NET 3.5
DB :: SQL Server 2005 SP2
Your help is highly appreciated...

Regards
Vathan


ANS:

Public Function ScreenResolution() As String
Dim intX As Integer = Screen.PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Width
Dim intY As Integer = Screen.PrimaryScreen.Bounds.Height
End Function

place the control locations

location(x- 500, y- 300)

I think it will work out.... but for each control we need the location specifier

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