From: DanS on
<NigelVThomas(a)> wrote in

> How can I force a MsgBox (Call MsgBox("Text",Buttons,"Title") to
> appear over the center of my form rather than to one side
> Anyone
> Nigel

(Sorry, not a reply to your question, but the best chance of being

I read quite a few of the nearing 100 posts in this thread.....

Alright. I've now sat here for ten minutes staring at the screen being at
a loss for words. Unusual for me.

Wow. Is this how religious wars get started ?

Some of you take this stuff waaaaay to seriously. Someone's going to
stroke out soon !

The OP never did come back with any more info or to state his matter was

I wonder why.
From: Alex Clark on
Ahh, my apoligies, Karl. I have "Mike Provance"'s many aliases on my
killfile so I didn't notice it was actually part of his response because I
don't see his posts.

You can go back to playing programmer now.

"Karl E. Peterson" <karl(a)> wrote in message
> Alex Clark wrote:
>> "Karl E. Peterson" <karl(a)> wrote ...
> Yo Dilrod, I'll thank you to at least get your attributions straight.
>> beyond an 11yr old)
> Even a 5th grader would know who they were quoting.
> --
> .NET: It's About Trust!

From: Nobody on
"DanS" <t.h.i.s.n.t.h.a.t(a)r.o.a.d.r.u.n.n.e.r.c.o.m> wrote in message
> I read quite a few of the nearing 100 posts in this thread.....

94 to be exact, including this one, more to come...

> The OP never did come back with any more info or to state his matter was
> resolved.

He went to VB.Net group and lived happily ever after.

From: DanS on
"Scott M." <s-mar(a)nospam.nospam> wrote in

> "Henning" <computer_hero(a)> wrote in message
> news:ebDfnYhRKHA.1236(a)TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
>> And as usual, the OP has already posted in the dotnet group!
>> And then the issue of Call in dotnet takes place in the wrong group,
>> as usual!
>> /Henning
> Since you seem to be very "used" to this kind of thing, one would
> expect you'd have gotten over it by now instead of letting it keep you
> up at night.
> If you haven't read the entire thread, you should because it has
> spawned an explanation of the proper use of the Call keyword in
> relation to a VB 6 application, which certainly belongs in the VB 6
> newsgroup, no?

That's not what I saw......

.....I saw you insisting over and over again that the OP's code MUST be
VB6 code strictly because of the use of the Call keyword.....

.....I saw you claim it wasn't in VB.Net, and were wrong......

.....I saw you claim is was *required* to use in VBc, when in fact you
were wrong.....

.....I saw you claim that the keyword CALL orginated in VBc, but you were
wrong, as it had been used in other BASICs....

.....And then I see that the answer to the initial question that caused
this tirade, whether it was VBc or .Net code, and once again you were

.....possibly you should stop discussing VBc when it's clear that you
don't have the experience with it, nor enough knowledge about it to be
able to have a fair debate.

I find it hard to see how you can be so adamant about the superiority of
VB.Net versus VBc when clearly you have little knowledge of VBc.
From: Henning on
When (If) you ever get the point, we will never see you in this group again,
unless you can simply reply to a VBClassic Q w/o anything "Newer" slipping


"Scott M." <s-mar(a)nospam.nospam> skrev i meddelandet
> Oh, I get it. It's fine for you all to be the one's slinging insults, but
> the second someone you disagree with does it...
> You all just keep on making my point for me.
> Thank you.
> "Karl E. Peterson" <karl(a)> wrote in message
> news:eG9IWYESKHA.1236(a)TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
>> Mike Williams wrote:
>>> "Scott M." <s-mar(a)nospam.nospam> wrote ...
>>>> If that's what you need to feel good about yourself, sure.
>>>> Now, you can go back to beating your wife and children.
>>> . . . and now the real Scotty appears! Troll.
>> Yep. Made him blink. :-)
>> --
>> .NET: It's About Trust!

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