chrome os developer mode

How to Turn on Chrome OS Developer Mode

Google’s Chrome OS is a popular operating system that is widely used on Chromebooks and other devices. While it is designed to be simple and user-friendly, there are times when users may want to access additional features and functionality. One way to do this is by turning on Chrome OS

Create arrowed buttons without icons

You don’t need to use icons or bitmap to create buttons with arrows on them. In fact, you just have to select the “Windings” font, set a suitable font size (e.g. 12 or 14 points), and then enter one of these characters:Line arrowsChr$(223) Left ArrowChr$(224) Right ArrowChr$(225) Up ArrowChr$(226) Down

Prevent dragging elements in a ListView control

The ListView control doesn’t expose any property that lets you disable the dragging of its elements. To do so, you must trap the WM_NOTIFY message that the ListView control sends its parent form when the drag operation begins, and “eat” it. Using the MSGHOOK.DLL subclassing library it’s easy to accomplish