anyway I had a sense of achievement of able to find out overkill method of doing something simple.. A slightly better way of doing it is to create a keydown event for your textbox (like you already did) and put this code in it when i use that i get this: Error 1 ' Key Code' is not a member of ' System. C:\Users\Brooks\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\Jwe B 1.0\Jwe B 1.0\Form183 12 Jwe B 1.0 Error 2 ' Suppress Key Press' is not a member of ' System. C:\Users\Brooks\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\Jwe B 1.0\Jwe B 1.0\Form184 13 Jwe B 1.0 I'm trying to make a web browser and i want the URL bar to respond to enter. I have a "Go" Button, with this line: CType(Tab Control1.
at least I tried to look for solution for myself first haha... I have a "Go" Button, with this line: CType(Tab Control1.
I intend to let user to have a choice to either click on button to display result or press enter key to display result. The button is a start button that will call a new process every time it is clicked.
When user finished writing the host in the tb Host. I intend to let user to have a choice to either click on button to display result or press enter key to display result.
Git Hub updates the interface a bit faster, waiting until it has enough information to figure out the credit card type.
Initially, there are several credit card icons showing.
As you fill in the credit card number, the user interface changes to show the type of credit card being used.
Amazon waits until the entire credit card number is entered and then displays an icon representing the credit card type.Text, user only needs to press enter to display the results. Text) but when i press enter after typing a URL i get a little error beep. Private Sub Text Box1_Key Press(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System. When user finished writing the host in the tb Host. I could not seem to find an event in textbox that will response to a keyboard enter key... I can't remember what time frame you should look at exactly but i know this issue has been dealt with before here, use the search function and you'll get your answer Have you tried setting the Accept Button(under misc on the form) value on your form to the button you want clicked? Text) but when i press enter after typing a URL i get a little error beep. That will work, but that's way overcomplicated for something as simple as this. Text, user only needs to press enter to display the results. Once the actual credit card type is determined, all of the icons fade except the one representing the credit card type.This credit card type detection is a nice addition to the standard payment form because it frees up the user from entering what is actually redundant information.The way the Share Point control works is to automatically select the user if there is only one that is returned from the given search term, it highlights the search as incorrect when nobody is found for the search term, it presents a drop down list if multiple people are returned and it removes the complete person if a “resolved” name is backspaced.