Fair enough, I just want it to be good.
I have been asked to develop a Shop Window Display System for a Estate Agent (UK).
I think WPF (aka Avalon) would be great for this application. Does anyone with xmal/design/sparkle experiencewant to help me out?
Willing to pay (if reasonable)......I'm not getting much for this myself.
(Incidently, whenever I write "Zoltron!" and read it in my head, I have a need to emphasise the exclamation mark with some sort of head-jiggle or bounce or something)[/quote]
AndyC wrote: Manip wrote:
And I wouldn't count in Vista to be a silver bullet, from what I've seen it is going to be another Windows ME all over again.
Manip, just for the record, are you actually running the latest Vista CTP? I don't mean in VPC or VMWare or on some ancient old box, I mean on a reasonably modern machine.
I'm just curious, because your comments suggest otherwise.
Whichever version I say I'm running your no doubt say there is a new one out, and thus my opinion is completely wrong.
Intresting, you didn't answer the question......
KevinB wrote: I downloaded the cab from the ms website, opened it, and extracted the ocx file. I then opened VS2005 and tried to add the control. It give me an error message, I can't remember the exact message tbh, I will do it later and post with the error.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but Windows XP already comes with the OCX registered.
I just booted VS2005 now and I see "Microsoft RDP Client Control" and "Microsoft Terminal Services" controls listed on the COM tab.
I just added the control and set some default properties to connect to my LAN's terminal server, it connects fine.
W3bbo your using VS2005... I'm using VB Express 2005. I did what you did and it list.....
Could be a issue with VBE2005?