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Old September 27th, 2004, 07:15 AM
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Default script editor component

Hi all,

I would like to know whether there are VB ActiveX dlls or user controls which can be used in my vb application as below.

It should be possible to load a VB script into its editor window.

There should be a colour specifications for different portions of script (like comments, vb key words, variables etc. etc.). It may or may not be able to configure these colour codes.

It should be possible to register other com objects with this editor so that when an object of the com is defined, it should popup the methods and properties automatically.

In summary, it should be possible to edit codes with the help of that control in the same way as I do through my VS 6.0 IDE.

Am I too demanding ? I am to develop such a component. But I don't have the least idea of where to start.

I plan to do it by putting a textbox in a user control window. But I don't know how to popup listbox at the position of dot when somebody types the names of an object and types dot.

Implementing control+space is also another problem.

May I get some ideas for strting development of such a user control ? What libraries (references) to use etc?


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Old November 22nd, 2004, 05:32 AM
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After long search I got one component for this.

CodeMax component from http://www.winmain.com - this is excellent and relatively cheap also ($199)
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