In my previous articles on reading and writing colours from various palette/swatch formats, I left CMYK conversion as an exercise for the reader and only demonstrated RGB aspects. This article demonstrates how to convert colours in CMYK format to RGB and vice versa.
Entries tagged with 'c#' Articles and information on C# and .NET development topics
A short article on adding text to an empty ListBox control.
A somewhat belated post which describes how you can use sed to automatically update version information in
AssemblyInfo.cs files from a batch file.
18-bit RGB palettes are an old format used by VGA displays of yesteryear. These palettes use 6-bits for each of the red, green and blue channels and usually allowed a maximum of 256 colours from the 262,144 unique colours available. This article describes how to read and write 18-bit palette files.
How to store data sent to an Azure Function in blob storage.
Recently I was looking for a way of display hierarchical information in a more compact form than the previous horizontal/vertical trees I was using. One of the concepts I looked into during this was the idea of arranging children radially around a central node. This article describes an approach for doing this using circular nodes.
A short article on using the ImageAnimator class to allow animated GIF's to be properly painted using System.Drawing and C#.
A review of the book "The C# Helper Top 100" by Rod Stephens
A short article which describes how to get a window rectangle without including offsets for drop shadows
I was recently updating some documentation and wanted to programmatically capture some screenshots of the application in different states. This article describes how you can easily capture screenshots in your own applications using the
BitBlt Win32 API call.