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  • Transpara – Visual KPI Software

    Great idea for a show.

    Have you already planned the next one? I'd like to see a business WinForms app pimp'ed up with WPF.

    Good luck guys.
  • Expression - Part Three: Blend

    OK, I think I have it, but please don't shout at me...

    Expression Designer is for drawing those nice images that might say go on a button, or a maybe a background somewhere.

    Express Blend is the app that can use the output from Designer. Blend is the tool that will be used to create the WPF 'forms' a Windows app might use.

    Is that right? Perplexed

    Also, if Blend was used to design Blend, then what was the design process like. I mean, did the graphics artist work on say one Property panel at a time (the ones that are docked) ?

  • Robert Brown -- New Speech API beta revealed

    RobertBrown wrote:

    >> Does that mean those of us the are using Windows Mobile 2003 SE should also be able to get it?

    Yep, the VoiceCommand application works on WM 03.  Take a look at this page for details: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/downloads/voicecommand/default.mspx





    Arrg. After downloading the trial from handango I install it on to my desktop pc and plug my phone in, ActiveSync says there is no supported device connected.

    When I asked if it was supported for Windows Mobile 2003 I meant for my Smart phone (Audiovox SMT 5600 (well, the uk equivelent anyway)).

  • Robert Brown -- New Speech API beta revealed

    Didn't Robert (Brown) say the voice dialer was also available on PcPocket PC? If so, does that mean those of us the are using Windows Mobile 2003 SE should also be able to get it?