Some people are just creative. There is the guy I read about who made a replica of Wordament. "Will you marry me" was in there. Awesome stuff.
Time to get creative...
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I WOULD CHANGE THE CAPITAL LETTERS. OVERALL, I LIKE THE PRODUCT, BUT PLEASE THESE CAPS HAVE TO BE LOWERED, OR CHANGED TO PROPERCASE/SENTENCECASE.
One thing I can't check now because I'm on a computer without VS11 is if the Enhanced Scrollbar from the productivity tools was integrated. That would be a welcome option (seeing as someone commented about the toolbars).
To sum up, great work with the new features. VS keeps getting better and better, BUT THE ONE THING I WOULD CHANGE IS THE CAPS.
If I do some coding offline and unlock some achievements, do they show up when I connect to the internet. I just unlocked 4 more achievements earlier this morning, but I was, and still am offline on my dev machine. It would be great if I could see them when I connect.
They provide a section you can add widgets of all sorts, some specific to community server, and others are generic or external.
Will try the forums for assistance. Thanks for your time.
OK, now I'm probably doing something very silly or getting an obvious thing wrong. My blog is on community server, and when I adding this script I get nothing. Anyone here use community server who got this to work?
Only other problem I've had on community server was the follow button for my twitter account. It didn't show up as desired, I just left it there since it works but it's text based and not the button that I wanted.
Awesome, I first read of this here,
and was excited that an update mentioned that Microsoft was looking into this. Downloading as I type.
Loving these videos since I discovered them. A fun and entertaining way of answering the questions I have. Shortened my learning curve cause all I need to do is watch the video of the feature I'm interested in and I'm already familiar. Thank you for taking the time to do this.
@Jamest: Apple will need to support XAML for that to happen. I don't use Mono so don't know what became of the moonlight project, but if it is alive, in theory you could use some of the XAML to build apps for iOS.
In any case, using Mono, you can still use your .NET code for other platforms so there is still some level of re-use.
What this post highlights is the almost seamless experience of building on the Windows ecosystem. Which is great.