I have drawn a grid in vb2008 so that each rectangle represents a 15 min period of a day. Time slots are shown by filling in the grid in different colours using the draw rectangle method. No problem so far. Now I want to discover the colour of any given part of the grid to prevent an overdraw. That is the problem. I do not know how to see if say pixel(x,y) is green or blue of anything. Can someone please give me the coding?
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I would do my drawing on a bitmap.
Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Load 'Draw your grid on a picture box's image 'Make the picture box the size of the grid and then create an image that size PictureBox1.Image = New …
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