so i have a software when ever i click a button a image is displayed but when i click the next button another image is displayed making the previous image false
'When Button1 is clicked do'
PicBasketball.Visible = True
PicBoxing.Visible = False
PicSoccer.Visible = False
PicCanoeing.Visible = False
PicGolf.Visible = False
PicSwimming.Visible = False
PicRugby.Visible = False
If you're trying to show your images at the same position of your form (i.e. your picture boxes are put in the very same spot), you could get use of a
List(Of T) and use only one picture box instead. Each image is then accessible via an index, which you should save in a variable to keep track of which image you are currently showing.
'Class level (outside any Sub or Function, but inside Public Class). Dim Images As New List(Of Image) Dim ImageIndex As Integer = 0
Images.Add(Image.FromFile("your file path here")) 'or: Images.Add(your image object)
ImageIndex += 1 If ImageIndex >= Images.Count Then ImageIndex = 0 'Going back to the beginning if we're at the last image. YourPictureBox.Image = Images(ImageIndex)
ImageIndex -= 1 If ImageIndex < 0 Then ImageIndex = Images.Count - 1 'Going to the last image if we're in the beginning. YourPictureBox.Image = Images(ImageIndex)
Things to keep in mind when using a
Accessing an image is done by passing its index to the list:
Images(3) 'Returns the fourth (4th) image.
The index is zero-based, meaning the first item has index 0, the second index 1 and so on (as seen in the above example index 3 = the 4th item).