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  1. Re: VB5 program acquires virus when uploaded to Web

    Am I the only VB programmer ever to try making an .exe file accessible on the Web? What have others found?
  2. Re: VB5 program acquires virus when uploaded to Web

    Under Properties > General, I found the Unblock box, clicked it, and closed Properties. But still a click on the exe gets the message "Operation did not complete successfully because the file...
  3. Re: VB5 program acquires virus when uploaded to Web

    DataMiser: As I said in Post #1, the program, its .exe, runs fine on my computer, before upload. When I right-click on its name and choose "Scan with Windows Defender", as I said in Post #7, I get...
  4. Re: VB5 program acquires virus when uploaded to Web

    Two good suggestions: a simpler program and another server.
    I made Project2.exe to put the Label "Hi there!" on the screen and uploaded it both to my (Weebly) website and to my friend's server.
    In...
  5. Re: VB5 program acquires virus when uploaded to Web

    Nevertheless, there seems to be some crucial change during the upload/download process. I "Make" an .exe file of the program on my computer and call on MS Defender to scan it. Result: "0 threats ...
  6. Re: VB5 program acquires virus when uploaded to Web

    I guess you are referring to the fact that it's programmed in VB5, an old language.
    My present computer is 64-bit.
    Does this mean I have to rewrite the program one more time, or is some kind of...
  7. VB5 program acquires virus when uploaded to Web

    I've written a VB5 program that I want to share on my website.
    It runs fine on my home computer.
    But when I upload it
    (regardless of whether as an .exe file or as a .zip file containing the .exe)...
  8. Re: This Control is beyond Screen.Height at design time

    A dropdown above the properties window! Who knew? Thanks, DataMiser, you are a genius! Happy New Year!
  9. This Control is beyond Screen.Height at design time

    I have an array of 91 small Labels, grouped together in a 9x10 block at design time,
    which are deployed otherwise at runtime.
    But there's a gap: somehow Label #14 has escaped the boundaries of...
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    FontSize in ListBoxes [RESOLVED]

    In VB5 I have two (let's say, to simplify my question) ListBoxes, call them A and B.
    They both contain exactly and always 21 elements, all in the visible zone, no scrolling necessary.
    They...
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    Getting ListBoxes to scroll in unison

    In my VB5 program, ListBox A and ListBox B alongside it contain the same number of items, and it's too many to fit on the screen, so they both have a vertical scrollbar.
    Actually, I hide B's...
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    Re: Where are my programs?

    After nearly 20 years of programming with VB (5.0), I've discovered (this week) that I could have controlled where the resulting files were located.
    Finding where they are now, I conclude that I...
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    Re: Where are my programs?

    Folder Options. Aha! Thanks!
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    Re: Where are my programs?

    Belated thanks to 2kaud (#4) for the advice to use Command Prompt for finding files.
    It detects folders that are invisible to any other finder:
    Windows Explorer, Notepad, and Open Office (where to...
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    Conflicting names

    I was getting an error message about "conflicting names" when I booted up my program, and not finding where they were, to correct them.
    But now I withdraw my question. I think I'm getting a better...
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    Can VB be migrated?

    I have VB5 on my old computer, duly licensed and registered.
    I want to use it on my new computer.
    I seem to have lost the original installation disk(s).
    Using a thumb drive, I've copied-and-pasted...
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    Re: Where are my programs?

    Thanks for your follow-up, Arjay.
    VB5 does produce an exe file if you request it, and I haven't had trouble finding those.
    (In fact, if I remember correctly, it has the courtesy to ask you where...
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    Re: Where are my programs?

    Thank you, Arjay, that's a partial solution. I found three of my 48 programs there. The other 45 are still in limbo.
    Even those are not found by Windows's "Start Search", so part of the problem...
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    Where are my programs?

    I've written a few dozen programs in VB (Ver. 5.0). I presume they reside somewhere on the hard disk in my PC, but where are they? When I'm in the VB programming environment, I can access them to...
  20. JavaScript Accessing individual characters in string

    Problem solved.
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    JavaScript Re: Snippets don't work

    Thanks, PeejAvery! I've bookmarked it and will eventually inform you of my success.
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    JavaScript Snippets don't work

    I am beginning from zero with JavaScript. I have a couple of books on it, to help me decide if it is the right vehicle for my project. The books offer sample scripts, such as the one below. They...
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    Re: "Problem running the macro. (1037)"

    Thanks, dawood!
    I followed the instructions that you indicated, up to step 5: "On the edit menu, point to New, and then click Key."
    Pointing to New opened a submenu, with the option "Key"--but...
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    Re: "Problem running the macro. (1037)"

    I am using VB6 to build exes.
    I found a supposed solution on another forum. It says

    I've learned that Regedit is a way to edit your registry. I'm not sure what the registry is, but I imagine it...
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    Re: "Problem running the macro. (1037)"

    Thanks for responding, Miser. I think my VB is Version 6, not 5 (but "Help>About" doesn't help me confirm this).
    I'm not sure what you mean by "office".
    The error message has the header "Windows...
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