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PeterF PeterF Aragon IT
  • Does Opera Matter?

    I'm wondering what they are planning to make for the PocketPC....

  • Installing Visual Basic Express Edition

    You could install the latest .NET framework 2.0 beta first from here

    Good luck,
    Peter

  • Please interview Doctor Eric Brill

    I guess when you sign up there is no checkbox to say you are a Microsoft employee. It could be fairly easy to check the subnet to see if someone is signing up from within Microsoft. Guess what it takes is to mail Lenn to ask for changing the user info in the database to set the boolean for the field IsMSEmployee.

    Some people are just not that bothered by status and outer appearance.

  • Poll: Would you like to make a poll?

    Keskos wrote:
    PeterF wrote: Lenn: Do you keep record of ip-adresses and could you shed a light on the question if people posting in this thread could likely be posting using several identities?

    Would you be interested to add some statistical algorythm to detect foul play?


    I am waiting for Charles to step in and tell people to calm down and be respectful. These attacks are annoying.

    Charles, you told me that you will warn others if there is disrespect involved, I hope you will follow up on that.


    Why quote me? It might sound as if I would be disrespectfull or you feeling personally attacked by me...

    I just liked an evidence based answer to end allegations that some users in here are operated by the same person and doing it in such a way to make people wonder why nothing is done about it.

    My 2 cts.

  • Funny - posting and you...



    Posting and you wrote:


    • Something to say?
      Shut up and go outside you forum *!



    Wink
  • Poll: Would you like to make a poll?

    Lenn: Do you keep record of ip-adresses and could you shed a light on the question if people posting in this thread could likely be posting using several identities?

    Would you be interested to add some statistical algorythm to detect foul play?

  • How to play simple MPEG-I or AVI on Windows Forms (C#)

    You could use:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/directx9_m/directx/audiovideoplayback/audiovideoplayback.asp

    Good luck,
    Peter

  • Voice Command (Pocket PC)

    Sounds like not:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/chats/embedded/embedded_011504.asp

    mikefos wrote:

    Moderator: mikefos (Microsoft)
    Q: Any chance of getting programmatic access to speech recognition libs used by voice command?
    A: Unfortunately, not at this time.


    But your small app in functionality does however remind me of something unpracticle like a chat program through infrared... effective but only in situations where you don't have a watch or you're in a full-screen app (since the time is displayed on screen anyway)

  • Microsoft Products used in ​inappropria​te situations

    Keskos wrote:
    Beer28 wrote:

    The only implementations i saw were as binary libs or dll's.  Microsoft Visual Studio\VC98\Lib on vc++6 standard.

    Where is the source file implementation download site?

    It's not on the retail CD anywhere I could see anyway????



    What's the specific problem you are having that make you to look at the code? Just saying you want to see the code doesn't make sense, and only hurt your credibility since it is obvious that you just say for the sake of it not for a reason.


    You still have to show us your HTML code btw...

  • Outlook 2003 Problem

    Sorry, can't reproduce it here...
    But I'm not in an Exchange environment however...

    You could use the flags however if you want to assign an importance to a mail... Why would you want to change the importance if the person sending it to you didn't care to set it to important?

    If you're not in an exchange environment, one thing you could try, is to start off with a clean outlook.pst (this rules out the corrupted pst-syndrom:

    Locate the outlook.pst from your documents and settings and move it to another folder. If you now start Outlook it will complain about not finding it, and wants to make a new one. Allow this, and then import the old outlook.pst. Any defects should now be gone...

    But warning: I don't mind having to customize everything again after doing this, if you do, you could try using the scanpst.exe.
    It's normally located in c:\Program Files\Common Files\System\MSMAPI\1033\SCANPST.EXE

    Good luck,
    Peter