Since this library was made using C#, most of the code is in C#. I have found lots of code to size 2D barcodes, but they don’t translate well to VB.NET. How would one go about setting the barcode size in VB.NET?
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I tried the following code to no avail. ' I converted this to VB.NET, but it still did not work. generator.Parameters.AutoSizeMode = False generator.Parameters.ImageHeight.Pixels = 300 generator.Parameters.ImageWidth.Pixels = 300 // I have seen these options on the internet, but they don't translate to VB.NET. // I have also read that the options below don't affect the barcode just the border. generator.BarCodeWidth = 200 generator.BarCodeHeight = 75 generator.X = 3 generator.Y = 3
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Sorry for the long delay in responding, but I figured it out.
I am posting the code below in case anyone else runs into this issue.
Thanks for the moral support and fast response times though.
'This doesn’t really do anything as I changed the lines from
200 to 100 and noticed nothing.
generator.Parameters.ImageWidth.Pixels = 100
generator.Parameters.ImageHeight.Pixels = 100
'The next line of code is what made it work.
generator.Parameters.Barcode.XDimension.Pixels = 1
'The next 4 lines of code just remove the white borders
generator.Parameters.Barcode.Padding.Left.Pixels = 1
generator.Parameters.Barcode.Padding.Right.Pixels = 1
generator.Parameters.Barcode.Padding.Bottom.Pixels = 1
generator.Parameters.Barcode.Padding.Top.Pixels = 1
'The code below just removes the caption.
generator.Parameters.Barcode.CodeTextParameters.Location = CodeLocation.None
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