I want to draw a word/sentence over form by coding as like as pencil is drawing in Paint Programe. But in Paint Programe Pencil is handle by user, here i want it to draw automatically. (like somebody is writing his name by Pen/Pencil)
Please guide me.
I know the effect you are looking for, and I know how to accomplish part of what you want if I interpret "over" correctly. Meaning, you don't want to draw to the form that is displayed, instead, you want to use transparency on another form and have the text hover either over your form or even the desktop or another program. And if that is not what you mean by over, but instead mean that you want the text to look like it is hovering over the form and casting a shadow, well I know how to do that also and can easily point you in the write (pun right) direction...
and that would be the call for you to use your friends (yahoo, google, ask, answers, bing) to search for the following...
vb6 form transparency
vb6 region transparency
vb6 text drop shadow
vb6 floating text
and search for form over at planetsourcecode.com after you select visual basic and set up your search preferences or else you will end up with a bunch of .net code that will be meaningless to you...
However, the actual animation of writing something out, well I have never tried that before, nor have I seen anyone else do something like that. But I have seen examples that mimic as if someone was typing...
Now, I do know of a way that this could be accomplished with the above code you will find with those searches, but the number of graphics you would have to use would make your project HUGE!!!
So hopefully, someone else can come along and perhaps give you a hint as to how to accomplish the animation sequence that does not involve many, many graphic files, but until then, happy searching...
This sample code may be just a starting point: form1 allows drawing of signature and saving to file, form2 redraws signature. Obviously, this is a rough example, but from here, you could let your imagination run wild. All things are possible, just a matter of how much time you are willing to donate.
'*** Start of Form1 Code Option Explicit Dim FirstName As String Dim DrawNow As Integer Dim ff As Integer Private Sub Form_MouseDown(Button As Integer, Shift As Integer, x As Single, Y As Single) DrawNow = -1 CurrentX = x CurrentY = Y End Sub Private Sub Form_MouseMove(Button As Integer, Shift As Integer, x As Single, Y As Single) If DrawNow = -1 Then Circle (x, Y), 50 Print #ff, x & "|" & Y 'write each x,y coordinate to file End If End Sub Private Sub Form_MouseUp(Button As Integer, Shift As Integer, x As Single, Y As Single) DrawNow = 0 End Sub Private Sub OpenSignatureFile(sName As String) FirstName = App.Path & "\" & sName & ".csv" ff = FreeFile Open FirstName For Output As #ff End Sub Private Sub Form_Load() FirstName = InputBox("Please enter your first name?", "Put UR John Henry here!", "YourName-NoSpacesPlease!") DrawNow = 0 OpenSignatureFile (FirstName) End Sub Private Sub Form_Unload(Cancel As Integer) Close #ff End Sub 'You should probably add a button to let them clear the screen and start over 'Sub Command1_Click() 'DrawNow = 0 'Me.Cls 'clear window 'Close #ff 'close already opened file 'OpenSignatureFile (sName) 'reopen file 'End Sub '*** End of Form1 code '*** Start of Form2 code 'Make both forms same height and width Option Explicit Dim FirstName As String Public Sub DrawSignature(sName As String) Dim fn As Integer Dim fName As String Dim x() As Variant Dim Params As Integer Dim xyPos As Integer Dim Textline As String Dim strTemp As String Dim PauseTime, StartTime On Error Resume Next fName = sName fn = FreeFile If Dir(fName) = "" Then MsgBox "File not found" Exit Sub End If Open fName For Input As #fn Do While Not EOF(fn) Line Input #fn, Textline Textline = Trim(Textline) + "|" ReDim x(0) strTemp = Textline xyPos = InStr(1, strTemp, "|", 1) Params = 0 While xyPos > 0 xyPos = InStr(1, strTemp, "|", 1) If strTemp <> "" And xyPos > 0 Then x(Params) = Mid(strTemp, 1, xyPos - 1) End If Params = Params + 1 strTemp = Mid(strTemp, xyPos + 1, Len(strTemp)) ReDim Preserve x(Params) Wend Circle (Val(x(0)), Val(x(1))), 50 PauseTime = 0.005 'Experiment with this value for smoothness of playback StartTime = Timer Do While Timer < (StartTime + PauseTime) DoEvents Loop Loop Close #fn Erase x End Sub Private Sub Form_Load() Me.AutoRedraw = True FirstName = InputBox("Please enter signature name?", "View Signature!", "YourName-NoSpacesPlease!") Me.Caption = "Welcome " & FirstName Me.Show DrawSignature App.Path & "\" & FirstName & ".csv" End Sub '****End of Form2 Code
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