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  1. my application is base on this exmple http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?737691-Drawing-Primitives-using-XNA-in-VB-Net
  2. using xna i draw a 2d chart on picturbox, now i want to  highlight a part o this chart with a trasparent rectangle. 
  3. I'm using XNA, i had already tried mixed it with windows basic graphics library but without success.
  4. Hi, i need to to draw a filled rectangle with trasparent color effect, but i can't find info anywhere.i'm coding in vb.net, someone can help?
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    XNA and vb.net problem

    Hi, i have build an application for 2d chart in vb.net, using XNA. Now i'd like to add a selection effect like this http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/27061/Image-Cropping-with-Image-Resizing-Using-VB-NET ; my problem is that: when i add the code for the selection in my xna application, visual studio said:   Error      Overload resolution failed because no accessible 'New' can be called with these arguments:     'Public Sub New(brush As System.Drawing.Brush, width As Single)': Value of type 'Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Color' cannot be converted to 'System.Drawing.Brush'.     'Public Sub New(color As System.Drawing.Color, width As Single)': Value of type 'Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Color' cannot be converted to 'System.Drawing.Color'.    C:\Users\zzzzzz\mydoc\apptest\transpPrivewForm.vb    70    27     Error    2    'FromArgb' is not a member of 'Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Color'.    C:\Users\zzzzzz\mydoc\apptest\transpPrivewForm.vb     61    36    Anyone know how can i do the same thing using only xna or how to solve this errors?  
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