RSS functionality!, now I have to enable the command toolbar = less space and ugly. Shame..
Andrew Webber FX
Thank you so much Charles for moving the spot light onto C++
As a C++ developer my favorate secret feature is having portable code! Currently I have code that binds to OS specific UI platforms:
1.Windows with WPF and PInvoke
2.Mac and IPhone with Cocoa and Objective C++
3.Linux with Java and JNI C++
The purist in me would love to see a solution for WP7 and Silverlight? What are the chances? Currently this is only avaliable using webservices...
Apple keyboard in the background - great product.
Very long wait!?
I'm sure you only think its a long wait because of the MS adoption of CTPs and such. The old MS wouldn't have made anyone aware of Avalon or Indigo untill 6 months to release...
I am very happy about this new approch as it takes companies just as long to get them approved.
Picard never had a problem with them in NG.
Andrew Webber FX wrote: I've never been so excited about someone talking about printing
PS: love the line "so buying windows vista will make your printing better". how many product teams can say that without asking developers to use a new API
/me raises hand
It's interesting. The thing that surprises me is that there's no XPS logo program.
So I'm in CompUSA looking at a wall full of printers. Some of them will print unbelievably cool documents because they support XPS natively. Others don't do nearly as well because they don't support XPS.
But I (the customer) have absolutely no way of differentiating between the two printers, because there's no logo program.
That seems "surprising" to me.
I have to completly agree, i mean imagine going out to buy a new TV for my xbox360 and feeling gutted when my new $1000 purchase doesnt support HD [C]
+ a webservice to post new blogs and tap in to existing